Definición de offline en inglés:

offline

Silabificación: off·line
Pronunciación: /ˈôfˈlīn, ˈäf-
 
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Computing

adjetivo

Not controlled by or directly connected to a computer or external network.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Some initiatives work within the Internet, whereas others use the Internet more directly to facilitate offline activities.
  • A final feature worth mentioning is the all-new inclusion of split-screen multiplayer for offline use.
  • Although this was the first ever online virus description database, offline versions had existed long before.

adverbio

(also off line) Volver al principio  
1While not directly controlled by or connected to a computer or external network.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Two more famous web sites were taken offline by their Internet service providers under orders from government authorities.
  • Once in a while while surfing, the browser will do the same thing - the dialog box will ask if I should connect or stay offline.
  • E-mails went unsent and unanswered while the Internet was kept offline to protect the beleaguered system.
1.1With a delay between the production of data and its processing.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The data files are then offline processed through the software to estimate the attitude parameters.
  • The process is conducted offline - taking down the production system until the batch update is completed - because it takes so long.
  • The sheer volume processing offline was just not practical.

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