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pronunciation:
lawg [or] lag
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb, intransitive verb
phrases:
log in
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a large, thick piece of a tree trunk or large tree limb, esp. a long piece of trunk ready for sawing.
 
similar words:
beam, branch, limb, lumber, puncheon, stump, timber, trunk
definition 2: an official daily record of a trip by a ship or plane, noting speed, distance traveled, and any relevant events.
synonyms:
logbook
similar words:
journal, record
definition 3: any similar record; diary.
synonyms:
daybook, diary, journal, logbook, record
similar words:
account, minute, register, report
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: logged, logging, logs
definition 1: to cut down the trees on (a piece of land).
synonyms:
lumber
similar words:
clear, clear-cut, level
definition 2: to record in a ship's or an airplane's log, or in a similar record.
synonyms:
register
similar words:
book, note, record, report, tally
definition 3: to reach (a certain speed) or travel (a certain distance).
We logged one hundred miles yesterday.
synonyms:
cover
similar words:
reach, travel, traverse
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition: to cut down, trim, and transport trees for lumber.
synonyms:
lumber
similar words:
clear-cut
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phrase: log in
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