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di·al-up(dī′əl-ŭp′, dīl′-) or dial-in (-ĭn′)
Of or relating to a connection to the internet or other network that is obtained by dialing a telephone number: My dial-up connection was interrupted by call waiting.
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1. (Computer Science) computing involving or used for remote access via a telephone line
2. (Telecommunications) computing involving or used for remote access via a telephone line
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available or transmitted via telephone lines: Use your modem to get dial-up technical support for the software.
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adj attr (Comput) → Wähl-; dial-up link → Wählverbindung f; dial-up modem → (Wähl)modem nt; dial-up networking → DFÜ-Netzwerk nt
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