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English definition of “off-the-grid”

off-the-grid

adjective
 
 
(also off-grid) NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT
not connected to the public supply of electricity, gas, etc.: These are innovative green homes for an alternative off-the-grid lifestyle.
off the grid adverb (also off grid)
(Definition of off-the-grid from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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