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1 log /ˈlɑːg/ noun
plural logs
1 log
/ˈlɑːg/
noun
plural logs
Learner's definition of LOG
[count]
: a long, heavy section of a tree that has fallen or been cut down
: a thick piece of wood
: the record of travel by a ship or airplane
: a record of performance, events, or activities

as easy as falling off a log

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sleep like a log

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2 log /ˈlɑːg/ verb
logs; logged; logging
2 log
/ˈlɑːg/
verb
logs; logged; logging
Learner's definition of LOG
: to cut down trees in an area for wood
[+ object]
[no object]
[+ object] : to make an official record of (something)
[+ object]
: to do something for (a specified distance or time)
chiefly US : to succeed in getting or achieving (something, such as a record of wins)

log off

[phrasal verb] computers or log out
: to end the connection of a computer to a network or system

log on

[phrasal verb] computers or log in
: to start the connection of a computer to a network or system often + to
3 log /ˈlɑːg/ noun
plural logs
3 log
/ˈlɑːg/
noun
plural logs
Learner's definition of LOG
[count]
compare 1log
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