What is The Meaning of Off-the-grid?

  • A person who does not want to remain in the system (for example, without a bank account, without a job or tax identification, without a fixed address, etc.). On the other hand, there may be people who live long hours in matters of gas, electricity, water, sanitation, etc. Or someone who is not connected to the Internet.

Literal Meanings of Off-the-grid


Meanings of Off:
  1. Get out as soon as you can.

  2. Locating or traveling in any direction from (main road or intersection)

  3. To remove or separate from

  4. Half court (spread across the court) in which Peter's foot is in position to get the ball.

  5. It is characterized by unsatisfactory or inadequate performance, or feeling worse than usual.

  6. (Food) is not fresh anymore.

  7. Located on the side of the car, usually far from the sidewalk.

  8. Anger or unfairness.

  9. Away from the desired place in a certain direction or distance.

  10. Remove or separate

  11. Travel or start a career.

  12. Come back or be bullied.

  13. Breakdown or stop working (from an electrical appliance or power supply).

  14. Access or access a limited amount of material goods or assets.

  15. Kill the killer.

Sentences of Off
  1. Wrapped in bed

  2. Individual cables exiting the main line

  3. Threats to break the occupation

  4. The last generation real-style deadly bat from the outer round

  5. Even the best athletes have a few days off

  6. The fish is a little loose

  7. The man ran away

Synonyms of Off

spoiled, unjustified, putrid, turned, inequitable, unfair, unjustifiable, from here, high, unnecessary, rancid, sour, to a distance, below the belt, unwarranted, stale, away, unacceptable, from there, uncalled for, putrescent, bad, unreasonable, unjust, rotten, unsatisfactory, mouldy


Meanings of The:
  1. This refers to one or more individuals or things that have been mentioned or are considered general knowledge.

  2. Used to indicate a clause or expression that satisfies a condition or determines what happens next.

  3. It is used to provide a general reference to something rather than to identify a particular example.

  4. Enough (especially one thing)

  5. (Pronounced with an emphasis on "O") Used to indicate who is the most famous or important person or person in that name or category.

  6. Advertising with comparative value is used to indicate how the quantity or level of one thing differs from another.

Sentences of The
  1. what's the problem?

  2. The shit that was making them

  3. Learn to play the violin

  4. I hope to post something every month if I get paid

  5. She is a young hot jazz pianist

  6. The more I think about it, the more devastating it is

Synonyms of The

the beginning, the commencement, the very beginning, the start, the outset


Meanings of Grid:
  1. Keep or configure the grid.

  2. Alternate structure stems that are parallel or meet each other along the way.

  3. A network of lines that intersect to form a series of squares or rectangles.

  4. C cable or tube network for power distribution, especially high voltage power transmission lines.

  5. Electrodes are used between the cathode and the anode of the thermometer tube or cathode to control or modify the flow of electrons.

Sentences of Grid
  1. The swamp is crossed by money

  2. The metal door in the hall was pulled

  3. A forest road network

  4. The second reactor was not connected to the grid until 1985

  5. A copy of the carbon platinum was transferred from the last bath of water to a network of copper electron microscopes.

Synonyms of Grid

framework, grillwork, gauze, matrix, mesh, network, reticulum, grille, reticulation, lattice, grating, criss-cross


What is The Definition of Off-the-grid?

No one wants to stay in the system (for example, they don't have a bank account, no job or tax number, no permanent address, etc.). Instead, it may refer to a person who is independent of gas, electricity, water, plumbing, etc. Or someone who is not connected to the Internet.

Literal Meanings of Off-the-grid


Meanings of Off:
  1. Away or at a distance from the place in question.

  2. Get out of the way or run.

  3. (From fixture or power adapter) is not working or has stopped working.

  4. Access to or possession of a limited amount of material goods or property.

  5. Located or driving away from (a main road or intersection).

  6. There is a temporary hesitation.

  7. Feature of poor or inadequate performance or feeling worse than usual.

  8. (Foods) are no longer fresh.

  9. Stay on the side of the car that is usually farthest from the road.

  10. Boring or unfair?

  11. Hostility or enmity

  12. The center of the court (divided in length) where the batsman's feet point to get up to catch the ball.

  13. The beginning of a career, journey or experience.

  14. Kill the murder.

Sentences of Off
  1. We are closed tomorrow

  2. We're too bad for books.

  3. He threatens to tear down the door.

  4. Fever and no longer eating.

  5. Even the best athletes have a day off.

  6. The fish are a bit extinct.

  7. Your boss took money from your salary. It's a little whimsical

  8. There is no one but the maid and she has come a little late.

  9. Now Ian is ready to go.

  10. The so-called loyal workers get up and start a new business.

  11. I fell and chased the boy.

Synonyms of Off

out of order, uncommunicative, aloof, unapproachable, chilly, over the fence, frosty, cold, offish, unresponsive, cool, frigid, a bit much, unfriendly, a bit thick, hostile, distant, stand-offish


Meanings of The:
  1. Used to indicate a qualification clause or phrase or definition that follows it.

  2. Used to refer to something in general rather than to a specific case.

  3. (pronounced with an emphasis on "o") Used to indicate that someone or something is the most famous or important of that name or type.

Sentences of The
  1. I hope to post every month if I can get some money.

  2. She is a talented young jazz pianist.


Meanings of Grid:
  1. A frame of spaced bars that run parallel or along a grid.

  2. A network of cables or pipes for the distribution of electrical energy, especially high voltage power transmission lines.

  3. An electrode located between the cathode and anode of a thermonic valve or cathode ray tube and is used to control or modulate the flow of electrons.

  4. Set or display as a grid.

Sentences of Grid
  1. The metal grill was pulled through the chimney.

  2. Reactor connected to the grid in 1985

  3. The swamp is crossed by a transverse embankment.

Synonyms of Grid

graticule, decussation, plexus