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log1

log1

 
 
pronunciation:
lawg [or] lag
parts of speech:
noun, verb
phrases:
log on
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a large, thick piece of a tree that has been cut down and is ready for sawing, burning, or building.
Frank sawed logs to burn in the fireplace.
 
similar words:
beam, branch, limb, lumber, stump, timber, trunk
definition 2: a daily record of a trip by a ship or plane. A log keeps records of speed, distance traveled, and any important events.
The plane's log showed that we had traveled three hundred miles.
similar words:
journal, record
 
part of speech: verb
inflections: logged, logging, logs
definition 1: to cut down the trees from.
The lumber crew has been logging those hills for about three months.
similar words:
clear, level
definition 2: to record in the log of a ship or airplane, or in a similar record.
A sailor logs the distance that the ship has traveled each day.
synonyms:
register
similar words:
book, note, record, report, tally
definition 3: to cut down and transport trees for lumber or firewood.
The lumberjack logged in the forest near the sawmill.
phrase: log on
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