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log·ging

 (lô′gĭng, lŏg′ĭng)
n.
The work or business of felling and trimming trees and transporting the logs to a mill.

logging

(ˈlɒɡɪŋ)
n
(Forestry) the work of felling, trimming, and transporting timber

log•ging

(ˈlɔ gɪŋ, ˈlɒg ɪŋ)

n.
the process, work, or business of cutting down trees and transporting the logs to sawmills.
[1700–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.logging - the work of cutting down trees for timberlogging - the work of cutting down trees for timber
work - activity directed toward making or doing something; "she checked several points needing further work"
Translations

logging

[ˈlɒgɪŋ] Nexplotación f forestal

logging

[ˈlɒgɪŋ] nexploitation f forestière logging companylogging company ncompagnie f d'exploitation forestière

logging

nHolzfällen nt

logging

[ˈlɒgɪŋ] ndisboscamento
References in classic literature ?
They presently struck into a trail that soon diverged again into a disused logging track through the woods.
His piles, or, to use the language of the country, his logging ended, with a dispatch that could only accompany his dexterity and herculean strength, the jobber would collect together his implements of labor, light the heaps of timber, and march away under the blaze of the prostrate forest, like the conqueror of some city who, having first prevailed over his adversary, applies the torch as the finishing blow to his conquest.
By obtaining control of a certain up-country bank, two general stores, and several logging camps, he could come into control of a certain dinky jerkwater line which shall here be nameless, but which, in his hands, would prove the key to a vastly larger situation involving more main-line mileage almost than there were spikes in the aforesaid dinky jerkwater.
Anson's earning twenty-five a day at carpentering, Liverpool getting twenty logging for the saw-mill, and Big Bill's getting forty a day as chief sawyer.
The Sawfish, he says, represents "an arranged marriage of marine and logging technologies" that may offer a sustainable way to reduce the environmental impacts of logging and the attendant road building.
Logging always seems to engender debate, but in communities along the Ottawa River in Canada, the practice has taken on a less controversial, more environmentally sound tone.
Such work has not addressed logging, which removes only selected trees, or surface fires that burn down individual trees but do not denude the forest.
Now some charge that The Gap's founder/owners, the Fisher family, are selling out their 1960s environmental ideals by logging some of the last vestiges of the California redwood forest.
Thomas was the agency's senior wildlife biologist who earlier that year had developed Clinton's plan to protect the northern spotted owl in the Pacific Northwest, where furious logging of old-growth forests had, until 1991, been driving the owl towards extinction.
Western Republicans clashed with Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman over President Clinton's logging policy last week, accusing the administration of slowing salvage harvests to win votes from environmentalists.
DALLAS, June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Halliburton Company's (NYSE: HAL) Halliburton Energy Services business segment announced today that it will invest more than $400 million over the next five years in its well logging products and services.