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log 1

 (lôg, lŏg)
n.
1.
a. A usually large section of a trunk or limb of a fallen or felled tree.
b. A long thick section of trimmed, unhewn timber.
2. Nautical
a. A device trailed from a ship to determine its speed through the water.
b. A record of a ship's speed, its progress, and any shipboard events of navigational importance.
c. The book in which this record is kept.
3. A record of a vehicle's performance, as the flight record of an aircraft.
4. A record, as of the performance of a machine or the progress of an undertaking: a computer log; a trip log.
v. logged, log·ging, logs
v.tr.
1.
a. To cut down, trim, and haul the timber of (a piece of land).
b. To cut (timber) into unhewn sections.
2. To enter in a record, as of a ship or an aircraft.
3. To travel (a specified distance, time, or speed): logged 30,000 air miles in April.
4. To spend or accumulate (time): had logged 25 years with the company.
v.intr.
To cut down, trim, and haul timber.
Phrasal Verbs:
log in (or on)
To enter into a computer the information required to begin a session.
log out (or off)
To enter into a computer the command to end a session.

[Middle English logge.]

log 2

 (lôg, lŏg)
n.
A logarithm.

log

(lɒɡ)
n
1. (Plants)
a. a section of the trunk or a main branch of a tree, when stripped of branches
b. (modifier) constructed out of logs: a log cabin.
2. (Aeronautics)
a. a detailed record of a voyage of a ship or aircraft
b. a record of the hours flown by pilots and aircrews
c. a book in which these records are made; logbook
3. (Broadcasting) a written record of information about transmissions kept by radio stations, amateur radio operators, etc
4. (Nautical Terms)
a. a device consisting of a float with an attached line, formerly used to measure the speed of a ship. See also chip log
b. heave the log to determine a ship's speed with such a device
5. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Austral a claim for better pay and conditions presented by a trade union to an employer
6. like a log without stirring or being disturbed (in the phrase sleep like a log)
vb, logs, logging or logged
7. (Forestry) (tr) to fell the trees of (a forest, area, etc) for timber
8. (Forestry) (tr) to saw logs from (trees)
9. (Forestry) (intr) to work at the felling of timber
10. (tr) to enter (a distance, event, etc) in a logbook or log
11. (Nautical Terms) (tr) to record the punishment received by (a sailor) in a logbook
12. (tr) to travel (a specified distance or time) or move at (a specified speed)
[C14: origin obscure]

log

(lɒɡ)
n
(Mathematics) short for logarithm

log1

(lɔg, lɒg)

n., v. logged, log•ging. n.
1. a portion or length of the trunk or of a large limb of a felled tree.
2. something inert, heavy, or not sentient.
3. a record concerning details of the trip of a ship or aircraft.
4. a register of the operation of a machine.
5. any of various detailed, usu. sequential records, as of the progress of an activity.
6. a written account of everything transmitted by a radio or television station or network.
7. any of various devices for determining the speed of a ship.
v.t.
8. to cut (trees) into logs.
9. to cut down the trees or timber on (land).
10. to enter in a log; compile.
11. to make (a certain speed), as a ship or airplane: to log 18 knots.
12. to travel for (a certain distance or a certain amount of time), according to the record of a log: He has logged 10,000 hours flying time.
v.i.
13. to cut down trees and get out logs from the forest for timber.
14. log in or on, to gain access to a secured computer system or online service by keying in personal identification information.
15. log off or out, to terminate a session on such a system or service.
[1350–1400; Middle English logge unshaped piece of wood (of obscure orig.); (definitions 4-9) shortening of logbook]
log′gish, adj.

log2

(lɔg, lɒg)

n.

log-

var. of logo- before a vowel: logarithm.

-log

var. of -logue: analog.

log

(lôg)
A logarithm.

log


Past participle: logged
Gerund: logging

Imperative
log
log
Present
I log
you log
he/she/it logs
we log
you log
they log
Preterite
I logged
you logged
he/she/it logged
we logged
you logged
they logged
Present Continuous
I am logging
you are logging
he/she/it is logging
we are logging
you are logging
they are logging
Present Perfect
I have logged
you have logged
he/she/it has logged
we have logged
you have logged
they have logged
Past Continuous
I was logging
you were logging
he/she/it was logging
we were logging
you were logging
they were logging
Past Perfect
I had logged
you had logged
he/she/it had logged
we had logged
you had logged
they had logged
Future
I will log
you will log
he/she/it will log
we will log
you will log
they will log
Future Perfect
I will have logged
you will have logged
he/she/it will have logged
we will have logged
you will have logged
they will have logged
Future Continuous
I will be logging
you will be logging
he/she/it will be logging
we will be logging
you will be logging
they will be logging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been logging
you have been logging
he/she/it has been logging
we have been logging
you have been logging
they have been logging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been logging
you will have been logging
he/she/it will have been logging
we will have been logging
you will have been logging
they will have been logging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been logging
you had been logging
he/she/it had been logging
we had been logging
you had been logging
they had been logging
Conditional
I would log
you would log
he/she/it would log
we would log
you would log
they would log
Past Conditional
I would have logged
you would have logged
he/she/it would have logged
we would have logged
you would have logged
they would have logged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.log - a segment of the trunk of a tree when stripped of brancheslog - a segment of the trunk of a tree when stripped of branches
nurse log - a large decomposing tree trunk that has fallen, usually in a forest; the decaying wood provides moisture and nutrients for a variety of insects and plants
saw log - log large enough to be sawed into boards
wood - the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
2.log - the exponent required to produce a given numberlog - the exponent required to produce a given number
exponent, index, power - a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself
common logarithm - a logarithm to the base 10
Napierian logarithm, natural logarithm - a logarithm to the base e
3.log - a written record of messages sent or received; "they kept a log of all transmission by the radio station"; "an email log"
written account, written record - a written document preserving knowledge of facts or events
4.log - a written record of events on a voyage (of a ship or plane)
aeroplane, airplane, plane - an aircraft that has a fixed wing and is powered by propellers or jets; "the flight was delayed due to trouble with the airplane"
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
written account, written record - a written document preserving knowledge of facts or events
5.log - measuring instrument that consists of a float that trails from a ship by a knotted line in order to measure the ship's speed through the water
harpoon log - a cylindrical log with a device that registers distance
log line - a knotted cord that runs out from a reel to a piece of wood that is attached to it
measuring device, measuring instrument, measuring system - instrument that shows the extent or amount or quantity or degree of something
patent log, screw log, taffrail log - a cigar-shaped log with rotary fins that measure the ship's speed
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
Verb1.log - enter into a log, as on ships and planes
record, enter, put down - make a record of; set down in permanent form
clock up, log up - record a distance travelled; on planes and cars
2.log - cut lumber, as in woods and forests
fell, strike down, cut down, drop - cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow; "strike down a tree"; "Lightning struck down the hikers"

log

noun
1. stump, block, branch, chunk, trunk, bole, piece of timber He dumped the logs on the big stone hearth.
2. record, listing, account, register, journal, chart, diary, tally, logbook, daybook The complaint was recorded in the ship's log.
verb
1. record, report, enter, book, note, register, chart, put down, tally, set down, make a note of Details of the crime are logged in the computer.
Translations
جُزْءٌ مِنْ سَاقِ الشّجَرَةِسِجِل سُرْعَة السَّفينَه أو الطّائِرَهكُتْلَه خَشَبِيَّهيُسَجِّل مَسافَة الرِّحلَه
kládalodní deníkpolenozapsat do lodního deníku
bjælkeføre logbogkævlelogbog
tukkikirjataloki
cjepanica
fatönknapló
færa inn íleiîar-/flugbóktrjábútur
丸太
통나무
laivo žurnalaslėktuvo žurnalasrąstgalysregistruoti žurnaleužrašyti žurnale
atzīmēt žurnālā/dienasgrāmatābaļķisbluķisdienasgrāmataklucis
brvnozapísať do lodného denníka
deblodnevnikpoleno
loggbokstock
ท่อนซุง
kütükseyir defteriseyir defterine yazmaktomruk
khúc gỗ

log

1 [lɒg]
A. N
1. [of wood] → tronco m, leño m
see also sleep C
2. = logbook
B. VT
1. (Naut, Aer) → anotar, apuntar
2. (Aut) (also log up) [+ distance] → recorrer
we logged 50 kilometres that dayese día recorrimos or cubrimos 50 kilómetros
C. VIcortar (y transportar) troncos
D. CPD log cabin Ncabaña f de troncos or de madera
log fire Nfuego m de leña
log in (Comput)
A. VI + ADVacceder al sistema, entrar en el sistema
B. VT + ADVmeter en el sistema
log off VI + ADV & VT + ADV = log out
log on VI + ADV & VT + ADV = log in
log out (Comput)
A. VI + ADVsalir del sistema, terminar de operar
B. VT + ADVsacar del sistema
log up VT + ADV (Aut) [+ distance] → recorrer
we logged up 50 kilometres that dayese día recorrimos or cubrimos 50 kilómetros

log

2 [lɒg]
A. N ABBR (Math) =logarithmlogaritmo m
B. CPD log tables NPLtablas fpl de logaritmos

log

[ˈlɒg]
n
(= piece of wood) → bûche f
(= record) → journal m
to keep a log of sth → tenir un journal de qch
ship's log → journal de bord
He wrote about what he had seen in his ship's log → Il a écrit sur ce qu'il avait vu dans son journal de bord.
n abbr (=logarithm) → log m
vt [+ fact, detail] → enregistrer
log in
vi (COMPUTING)ouvrir une session
log into
vt fus [+ computer] → se connecter à
to log into one's account → se connecter sur son compte
log off
vi (COMPUTING)fermer la session
log on
vi (COMPUTING)se connecter log out vi (COMPUTING)fermer la session

log

1
nBaumstamm m; (= short length of tree trunk)Block m, → Klotz m; (for a fire) → Scheit nt; to sleep like a logwie ein Stein schlafen

log

2
n
(Naut: = apparatus) → Log nt
(= record)Aufzeichnungen pl; (Naut) → Logbuch nt; to keep a log of somethingüber etw (acc)Buch führen
(Comput) → Protokoll nt
vt
(= record)Buch führen über (+acc); (Naut) → (ins Logbuch) eintragen; (Comput) → protokollieren; details are logged in the computerEinzelheiten sind im Computer gespeichert
(= travel)zurücklegen

log

3 abbr of logarithmlog; log tablesLogarithmentafel f

log

[lɒg]
1. n
a. (for fire) → ceppo; (tree trunk) → tronco
b. = logbook
2. n abbr =logarithmlog
3. vt
b. (Aut) (also log up) (speed) → fare; (distance) → coprire
to log 50 mph → fare 80 km/h
log in log on vi + adv (Comput) → aprire una sessione (con codice di riconoscimento)
log off log out vi + adv (Comput) → terminare una sessione

log

(log) noun
1. a thick piece of unshaped wood. The trees were sawn into logs and taken to the sawmill.
2. a logbook. The captain of the ship entered the details in the log.
verbpast tense, past participle logged
to write down or record in a logbook (especially the distance covered during a journey).
ˈlogbook noun
an official record of the journey of a ship or aeroplane. All the details of the flight were entered in the logbook.

log

جُزْءٌ مِنْ سَاقِ الشّجَرَةِ poleno bjælke Baumstamm κούτσουρο tronco tukki rondin cjepanica tronco 丸太 통나무 blok tømmerstokk kloc tronco бревно loggbok ท่อนซุง tomruk khúc gỗ 原木

log

n libreta, cuaderno, diario; glucose — libreta de autocontrol (del diabético), libreta donde se anotan los niveles del azúcar

log

10 n log10 m; 6 log10 copies/ml ..6 log10 copias/ml
References in classic literature ?
She shows me all her things, and I don't think she'll mind if I look at this", thought Beth, with a glance at her sister, who lay on the rug, with the tongs beside her, ready to wake up the minute the log fell apart.
Taking the boy rather roughly by the shoulder, he climbed over a fallen log and when he had come to an open place among the trees he dropped upon his knees and began to pray in a loud voice.
As the canoe containing the men was paddled along, there floated down beside it what seemed to be a big, rough log.
The Russians had a neat log house built on a grassy slope, with a windlass well beside the door.
That meant the nearness of war; the revolt of slaves; confusion ending in fire and flame through which she was borne safely in the strong arms of Pelagie, and carried to the log cabin which was still their home.
At length the sun set in a flood of glory, behind the distant western hills, and as darkness drew its veil around the secluded spot the sounds of preparation diminished; the last light finally disappeared from the log cabin of some officer; the trees cast their deeper shadows over the mounds and the rippling stream, and a silence soon pervaded the camp, as deep as that which reigned in the vast forest by which it was environed.
It threw a gleam of recognition, on here a post, and there a garden fence, and here a latticed window-pane, and there a pump, with its full trough of water, and here again an arched door of oak, with an iron knocker, and a rough log for the door-step.
He turned round to the fire, gave a kick to a log, watched it an instant.
Espied by some timid man-of-war or blundering discovery-vessel from afar, when the distance obscuring the swarming fowls, nevertheless still shows the white mass floating in the sun, and the white spray heaving high against it; straightway the whale's unharming corpse, with trembling fingers is set down in the log -- shoals, rocks, and breakers hereabouts: beware
Then again the club descended, full upon his head, and he dropped like a log to the floor.
The cabin of Uncle Tom was a small log building, close adjoining to "the house," as the negro par excellence designates his master's dwelling.
Why, I could make anything a body wanted -- anything in the world, it didn't make any difference what; and if there wasn't any quick new-fangled way to make a thing, I could invent one -- and do it as easy as rolling off a log.