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Used to describe the interruption of a connection to a network, for example where the amount of noise on the transmission line is so large that a connection cannot be maintained, as in ‘The line noise was so high that the server booted me off.’ It is sometimes used to describe the suspension of a user by an Internet service provider. See also under mouse arrest.

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