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valsi narsamjo'e
type lujvo
creator Wuzzy
time entered Sun May 31 04:21:32 2015

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Deutsch
Definition #66249 [edit]
   
definition Computer j1=s1 getrennt von [nicht verbunden mit] Computer j2=s1 über Medium j3.
notes Abwesenheit einer Netzwerkverbindung über x3. x3 kann z.B. ein Kabel oder Netzwerk sein. Siehe auch: samjo'e.
gloss words
created by Wuzzy
vote information 1
time Sat May 30 21:21:33 2015

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Example #1:

lo skami po mi narsamjo'e lo skami po la tom la INternet

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English
Definition #66250 [edit]
   
definition Computer j=1=s1 is disconnected from [not connected to] computer j2=s1 via medium j3.
notes Absense of a network connection over x3. x3 could be, for example, a cable or network. See also: samjo'e.
gloss words
created by Wuzzy
vote information 1
time Sat May 30 21:23:52 2015

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Example #1:

lo skami po mi narsamjo'e lo skami po la tom la INternet

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lojban
Definition #66251 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition j1=s1 poi ke'a skami cu na jorne j2=s2 poi ke'a skami ku'o j3
notes .e'u ko tcidu la'e zo samjo'e
created by Wuzzy
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time Sat May 30 21:24:36 2015

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Example #1:

lo skami po mi narsamjo'e lo skami po la tom la INternet

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