Meaning of “log off/out” in the English Dictionary

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"log off/out" in British English

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log off/out

phrasal verb with log uk /lɒɡ/ us /lɑːɡ/ verb -gg-

B2 to stop a computer being connected to a computer system, usually when you want to stop working:

Could you all log off for a few minutes, please?

More examples

  • Make sure you log off if you are leaving the office.
  • I logged off before lunch.
  • I logged off so that Adam could use the computer.
  • You'll have to log off and restart the computer.
  • We were all told to log off.

(Definition of “log off/out” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)