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blog

 (blŏg)
n.
A website that displays postings by one or more individuals in chronological order and usually has links to comments on specific postings.
intr.v. blogged, blog·ging, blogs
To write entries in, add material to, or maintain a blog.

[From weblog (humorously taken as we blog).]

blog′ger n.
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Translations

blogging

[ˈblɒgɪŋ] n (COMPUTING) (= weblogging) → blogging m
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