go online

go online

1. To become active or begin operating. Hundreds of new factories are slated to go online over the next year, which will bring a much-needed boost to the economy.
2. To log onto and use the Internet. I'm going online to see what movies are showing tonight.
See also: online
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As with everything hacked or illegal in games, there's always the off chance of discovery and getting hit by the banhammer whenever they go online.
A recent survey of Americans age 18 and older by the Pew Research Center indicates that about 42% of adults go online several times a day, while another 21% say they are online "almost constantly.
They then proceeded to enquire about a hospital for their expected new baby and were told - yes go online.
Global Banking News-February 2, 2015--India's postal life insurance to go online
Some 68% of Americans in their early 70s go online, and 55% have broadband at home, but Internet and broadband adoption are just 47% and 34%, respectively, among those 75 through 79.
The gifts were dished out as part of a sponsorship The gifts were dished out as part of a sponsorship deal with Microsoft and the players can go online with deal with Microsoft and the players can go online with FIFA 14 to see if they can win a game with England.
it the last of THE Co-operative is set to launch an internet delivery service, making it the last of the major grocers to go online.
3 percent said there was either no likelihood or little likelihood they would go online in the next six months.
Those who go online for healthcare information continues to increase.
The index also found that 72% of people go online to be part of a community and that seniors and going online for the same reasons as younger visitors.
Of those with internet current accounts, two-thirds go online at least once a week to check their finances, with a fifth going online daily, research found.
That amounted to 21 million teens, half of whom said that they go online every day.
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We wanted to bring everything together in one place so if we have a tornado alert, we can put it on the portal; if a student wanted to register for classes, he or she just clicks on enrollment rather than waits in line; if one of our managers needed a budget report, they could go online and view--in real time--their department's financial status.
consumers go online daily, while an additional 15 percent go online several times a week.