Word: log

Category: log

Computers & Electronics, Business & Industrial, Internet & Telecom

Related words: log

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Synonyms: log

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: log

german
kloben, holzklotz, log, klotz, logbuch, ...


french
inscrire, marquer, enregistrer, consigner, logarithme, ...

italian
ceppo, registro, registrare

portuguese
elevado, madeiro, lenho, alto

russian
бревно, колода, топляк, лаг, обрубок, ...

swedish
stock

finnish
halko, pölkky, hirsi, loki, runko, ...

czech
poleno, kulatina, deník, zapsat, blok, ...

polish
kłoda, kloc, rejestr, dziennik, bal, ...

hungarian
fatörzs, gépnapló, félfa, rönkfa, fúrólyukszelvény, ...

turkish
kütük

ukrainian
погордливий, величний, зарозумілий, гордовитий

albanian
kërcu

bulgarian
логаритъм

estonian
halg, palk, puunott

croatian
zapisati, bilježiti, cjepanica, zapis

latvian
logaritms

romanian
logaritm, butuc

slovenian
deblo, poleno

slovak
poleno

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The meaning and "use of": log

noun
  • a part of the trunk or a large branch of a tree that has fallen or been cut off.
  • an official record of events during the voyage of a ship or aircraft.
  • an apparatus for determining the speed of a ship, originally consisting of a float attached to a knotted line wound on a reel, the distance run out in a certain time being used as an estimate of the vessel's speed.

verb
  • enter (an incident or fact) in the log of a ship or aircraft or in another systematic record.
  • cut down (an area of forest) in order to exploit the timber commercially.

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