Definition of online adverb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

online

 adverb
adverb
BrE BrE//ˌɒnˈlaɪn//
 
; NAmE NAmE//ˌɑːnˈlaɪn//
 
, NAmE//ˌɔːnˈlaɪn//
 
(computing)
 
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while being connected to a computer or to the Internet The majority of small businesses now do their banking online. see also offline, be, come, etc. on line Wordfinderbookmark, cookie, domain, home page, hyperlink, landing page, online, social media, URL, website CollocationsEmail and the InternetEmail receive/get/open an email write/send/answer/forward/delete an email check/read/access your email block/filter (out) junk/spam/unsolicited email exchange email addresses open/check your inbox junk mail fills/floods/clogs your inbox have/set up an email account open/send/contain an attachment sign up for/receive email alertsConnecting to the Internet use/access/log onto the Internet/the Web go online/on the Internet have a high-speed/dial-up/broadband/wireless (Internet) connection access/connect to/locate the server use/open/close/launch a/your web browser browse/surf/search/scour the Internet/the Web send/contain/spread/detect a (computer/email) virus update your anti-virus software install/use/configure a firewall accept/enable/block/delete cookiesUsing the Internet visit/check a website/an Internet site/somebody’s blog create/design/launch a website/social networking site start/write/post/read a blog update your blog/a website be in/meet somebody in/go into/enter an Internet chat room download/upload music/software/a song/a podcast/a file/a copy of something share information/data/files post a comment/message on a(n) website/online message board/web forum/Internet chat room stream video/audio/music/content over the Internet join/participate in/visit/provide a(n) (web-based/web/online/Internet/discussion) forum generate/increase/monitor Internet traffic
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