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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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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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``You logged off for a tea break and when you returned, the computer told you how long you had been away, '' said the former employee.
It could also empower public access environment managers, who deal with multiple PC users--as in Internet cafes and public schools--to remove all changes when a user is logged off.
Police believe Terrazas, 28, who was from La Boquilla, a small town in Oaxaca, Mexico, was alone when she logged off her computer and closed the DolEx Dollar Express on West Seventh Avenue minutes after 7 p.m.
A sunny yellow plastic pavilion showcased an iMac and a sling chair; a third artnaut logged off and held forth from here, charting with visitors on the ground about maintenance tasks and getting used to living up in the air, if not quite in space.
With a fast ADSL modem it took a minute and a half - in which time you would have logged off and surfed the entire Buckminster Fuller oeuvre elsewhere.
Please respond within 10 minutes or you will be logged off.
Roush logged off the eighty-acre patch of old-growth and mature forest on his $2.5 million ranch outside the town of Florence in western Montana at the moment that environmentalists had their backs to the wall, against an assault in Congress on federal laws protecting America's forests.