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log off

To sign out of one's account, as on a computer or some digital platform, such as a website. Remember to log off my computer the next time you use it, OK?
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log someone off

 and log someone out
[for someone] to cause someone to exit from a computer system. (This exit may be recorded, or logged, automatically in the computer's memory.) Mary had to rush off to an appointment, so I logged her off.
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log off

 and log out
to record one's exit from a computer system. (This action may be recorded, or logged, automatically in the computer's memory.) I closed my files and logged off. What time did you log out?
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It happened when a worker at a British Telecom call centre in Blackburn failed to log off a computer properly, blocking all emergency calls to police, ambulance and fire services in the county.
Auto-Connect will "wake up" the modem to dial an Internet service provider, log on to the Internet, execute the necessary Internet action, log off and disconnect automatically so that users do not have to be present to send communications.