Word:

on-line

Adj.1.on-line - on a regular route of a railroad or bus or airline system; "on-line industries"
Antonyms:
off-line - not on a regular route of a transportation system; "an off-line ticket office"
2.on-line - connected to a computer network or accessible by computer; "an on-line database"
Antonyms:
off-line - not connected to a computer network; "off-line resources"
3.on-line - being in progress now; "on-line editorial projects"
(jargon)on-line - 1. Ready for use. E.g. "The graph plotter's fixed and on-line again".

2. Interactive as opposed to batch. Accessible via a computer (or terminal), rather than on paper or other medium.

3. Of a user, actively using a computer system, especially the Internet. E.g "I haven't been on-line for three days."

"On-line" should be hyphenated because it is compounded from two words but the hyphen is often omitted in names of organisations or services.
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on the way
On the weather beam
on the whole
on the wing
On the wings of the wind
on their own
on time
On to
on tour
on trial
on your guard
on your own
on-duty
On-hanger
on-key
on-license
-- on-line --
On-Line Analytical Processing
On-Line Computer system
on-line database
On-line Process Synthesizer
On-Line Transaction Processing
On-looker
On-looking
on-off switch
on-site
on-street
on-the-job
on-the-scene
on-the-spot
on/off switch
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