- 1Controlled by or connected to another computer or to a network.More example sentences
- Still, only thirty-one computers were online - that is connected to each other - in 1960.
- After the thirty seconds, the system would be completely back online and the IMX network would again run for a full year.
- 1.1Connected to the Internet or World Wide Web: the ease and convenience of online shoppingMore example sentences
- Also available is an online shopping service that lists recommended foods based on a person's medical history.
- The free online service is available on the Joburg City website, under e-services.
- They also say they are more interested in the Internet for online entertainment than other users, according to the study.
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- 1While so connected or under computer control.More example sentences
- Once inside, the controls came online as he flicked on a few switches.
- Moments later the flight control system came online, my HUD flickering into life.
- Security controls had been back online as well as the little traps they planted through the space station.
- 2In or into operation or existence: the town’s new high-tech power plant is expected to go online this monthMore example sentences
- The new facility came online this month and expects to ramp up to full production by March.
- If all goes well, Munton said construction could begin as early as September, with a fully operational plant online in about a year.
- Air National Guard offices are expected to go online in July.