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log·in

 (lôg′ĭn′, lŏg′-) also log·on (-ŏn′, -ôn′)
n.
1. The process of identifying oneself to a computer, usually by entering one's username and password.
2. A username.
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Translations

login

[ˈlɒgɪn] Nlogin m
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login

n (Comput) → Einloggen nt, → Log-in nt
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