logbook


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log·book

 (lôg′bo͝ok′, lŏg′-)
n.
1. The official record book of a ship or an aircraft.
2. A record book with periodic entries.

logbook

(ˈlɒɡˌbʊk)
n
1. (Nautical Terms) a book containing the official record of trips made by a ship or aircraft; log
2. Brit (formerly) a document listing the registration, manufacture, ownership and previous owners, etc, of a motor vehicle. Compare registration document

log•book

(ˈlɔgˌbʊk, ˈlɒg-)

n.
a book in which details of a trip made by a ship or aircraft are recorded; log.
[1670–80; log1 + book]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.logbook - a book in which the log is written
bell book - a logbook in which all orders concerning the main engines of a ship are recorded
record book, book, record - a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone; "Al Smith used to say, `Let's look at the record'"; "his name is in all the record books"
Translations
سِجِل رِحْلَة الطّائِرَه أو السَّفينَه
lodní/palubní deník
logbog
ajopäiväkirjalokilokikirja
menetnapló
leiîar-/flugbók
seyir/uçuş jurnali

logbook

[ˈlɒgbʊk] N (Naut) → cuaderno m de bitácora, diario m de navegación (Aer) → diario m de vuelo (Aut) → documentación f (Tech) → cuaderno m de trabajo

logbook

n (Naut) → Logbuch nt; (Aviat) → Bordbuch nt; (of lorries)Fahrtenbuch nt; (Aut: = registration book) → Kraftfahrzeug- or Kfz-Brief m; (in hospitals, police stations etc) → Dienstbuch nt

logbook

[ˈlɒgˌbʊk] n (Naut, Aer) → giornale m or diario di bordo (Aut) (registration document) → libretto di circolazione; (of events, movement of goods) → registro

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.
References in classic literature ?
Have you not observed that the captain of your little vessel, on entering the roadstead, sent forward, in order to obtain permission to enter the port, a little boat bearing his logbook and the register of his voyagers?
There was a bunk at one end, a sea-chest, maps and charts, a picture of the SEA UNICORN, a line of logbooks on a shelf, all exactly as one would expect to find it in a captain's room.
He returned with a large book, one of the logbooks which formed a line upon the shelves.
I read at the inquest a description of his cabin, in which it stated that the old logbooks of his vessel were preserved in it.
A survey by Citizens Advice of 874 drivers who had bought a secondhand car found that nearly two-thirds (63%) did not check if the car had an outstanding loan attached and two in five had never heard of a logbook loan.
MORE and more people are ending up at the mercy of ruthless logbook loan firms as people turn to ever-more desperate ways of raising cash in this tough economic climate.
Logbook loans are promoted as a fast and easy way to borrow money without going through a credit check.
It is my understanding that one needs to make an airplane logbook entry each time you update a database.
The cruise logbook is a standardised record book that urges floating restaurant businesses in Dubai to record all their vessel operations for later use as a unified source of documented information.
But it's also critical you keep both your Shadow's TMs and unmanned aircraft systems-initiative (UAS-1) logbook current.
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The perception surrounding ALS is that only items that are being maintained in the paper logbook must be built up in OOMA.