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English definition of “log off”

log off

( also log out)
verb phrasal verb with log  /lɔɡ, lɑɡ/ (-gg-) us  
to stop using a computer system or program by giving a particular instruction: The program lets you shut down, restart, or log off Windows at specific times and dates.
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