Hay 2 traducciones principales de online en Español

: online1online2

online1

en línea, adj.

Pronunciación /ɑnˈlaɪn/ /ɒnˈlʌɪn/

adjetivo

  • 1

    en línea
    conectado
    online banking banca en línea
    • online check-in facturación en línea
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • You can find more information about online education on the internet.
    • Godfrey has also sued several other Internet service providers and online publications.

Hay 2 traducciones principales de online en Español

: online1online2

online2

adverbio

  • 1

    to edit/work online editar/trabajar en línea
    • the reactor came online last week el reactor entró en funcionamiento / en servicio la semana pasada
    • Mobile users will be able to make video calls, download pictures online or access the Internet at faster speeds via 3G technology.
    • White goods are becoming increasingly popular to buy online, with internet sales now accounting for 6.6% of the market.
    • Exams and unit tests could be taken online over the internet.
    • But those of us who shop online know the internet puts an end to a lot of the frustration of shopping in the high street.
    • Smartads is dedicated to helping you expose your business online and offline.
    • The horrific nature of many of the war-related images that have appeared online have left Internet users with a range of feelings.
    • Key risks in doing business online were identified as damage to reputations, fraud and intellectual property losses.
    • Toefel compared buying art over the Internet to buying clothes online.
    • In the campaign, police used the Internet, searching online for the fugitives.
    • About 13m people bank online and internet fraud cost the banking industry more than £45m in 2003.
    • You should also try not to bank online over a wireless network.
    • Most companies expect to be doing some business online by next year, he stated.
    • If they did a better job and more people watched online, those networks would lose even more.
    • Ease of use is an important characteristic when residents decide to conduct government business online.
    • Imagine being able to design and order your business card online without even having to leave your office desk.
    • There was also the facility to order prints online by connecting to the Internet and paying online without having to go to a photo outlet.
    • We re-engineered all the forms to allow companies to conduct their regulatory business online.
    • This is obviously a paid for service, but we do help ensure your business is a success online.
    • Intelligence analysts and operatives surf its secrets with the ease of an Internet user shopping for books online.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Now that we have reminded them, we expect it to be online shortly.
    • The legwork has been taken out of the planning procedure by a Yorkshire council which has become one of the first authorities in Britain to put the whole process online.