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log         

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1]  

      n  
1   
a    a section of the trunk or a main branch of a tree, when stripped of branches  
b    modifier   constructed out of logs  
a log cabin     
2   
a    a detailed record of a voyage of a ship or aircraft  
b    a record of the hours flown by pilots and aircrews  
c    a book in which these records are made; logbook  
3    a written record of information about transmissions kept by radio stations, amateur radio operators, etc.  
4   
a    a device consisting of a float with an attached line, formerly used to measure the speed of a ship  
   See also       chip log  
b    heave the log   to determine a ship's speed with such a device  
5      (Austral)   a claim for better pay and conditions presented by a trade union to an employer  
6    like a log   without stirring or being disturbed (in the phrase sleep like a log)  
      vb   , logs, logging, logged  
7    tr   to fell the trees of (a forest, area, etc.) for timber  
8    tr   to saw logs from (trees)  
9    intr   to work at the felling of timber  
10    tr   to enter (a distance, event, etc.) in a logbook or log  
11    tr   to record the punishment received by (a sailor) in a logbook  
12    tr   to travel (a specified distance or time) or move at (a specified speed)  
     (C14: origin obscure)  
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log          [2]  
      n      short for       logarithm  

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logarithm  
      n   the exponent indicating the power to which a fixed number, the base, must be raised to obtain a given number or variable. It is used esp. to simplify multiplication and division: if ax = M, then the logarithm of M to the base a (written logaM) is x,   (Often shortened to)    log             See also       common logarithm       natural logarithm  
     (C17: from New Latin logarithmus, coined 1614 by John Napier, from Greek, logos ratio, reckoning + arithmos number)  


chip log  
      n     (Nautical)   a log for determining a vessel's speed, consisting of a wooden chip tossed overboard at the end of a line that is marked off in lengths of 47 feet 3 inches; the speed is calculated by counting the number of such intervals that pass overboard in a 28-second interval  
log          [1]  
      n  
1   
a    a section of the trunk or a main branch of a tree, when stripped of branches  
b    modifier   constructed out of logs  
a log cabin     
2   
a    a detailed record of a voyage of a ship or aircraft  
b    a record of the hours flown by pilots and aircrews  
c    a book in which these records are made; logbook  
3    a written record of information about transmissions kept by radio stations, amateur radio operators, etc.  
4   
a    a device consisting of a float with an attached line, formerly used to measure the speed of a ship  
   See also       chip log  
b    heave the log   to determine a ship's speed with such a device  
5      (Austral)   a claim for better pay and conditions presented by a trade union to an employer  
6    like a log   without stirring or being disturbed (in the phrase sleep like a log)  
      vb   , logs, logging, logged  
7    tr   to fell the trees of (a forest, area, etc.) for timber  
8    tr   to saw logs from (trees)  
9    intr   to work at the felling of timber  
10    tr   to enter (a distance, event, etc.) in a logbook or log  
11    tr   to record the punishment received by (a sailor) in a logbook  
12    tr   to travel (a specified distance or time) or move at (a specified speed)  
     (C14: origin obscure)  
log          [2]  
      n      short for       logarithm  
-log  
      combining form      a U.S. variant of       -logue  
log chip  
      n     (Nautical)   the chip of a chip log  
log in     (Computing)  
      vb  
1      (Also)    log on   to enter (an identification number, password, etc.) from a remote terminal to gain access to a multiaccess system  
      n  
2      (Also)    login   the process by which a computer user logs in  
log jam  
      n     (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)  
1    blockage caused by the crowding together of a number of logs floating in a river  
2    a deadlock; standstill  
log of wood  
      n     (N.Z.)      the. an informal name for       Ranfurly Shield  
log out     (Computing)  
      vb  
1      (Also)    log off   to disconnect a remote terminal from a multiaccess system by entering (an identification number, password, etc.)  
      n  
2      (Also)    logout   the process by which a computer user logs out  
patent log  
      n     (Nautical)   any of several mechanical devices for measuring the speed of a vessel and the distance travelled, consisting typically of a trailing rotor that registers its rotations on a meter  
   Compare       chip log  
yule log  
      n   a large log of wood traditionally used as the foundation of a fire in the hearth at Christmas  

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logarithmic   , logarithmical  
      adj  
1    of, relating to, using, or containing logarithms of a number or variable  
2    consisting of, relating to, or using points or lines whose distances from a fixed point or line are proportional to the logarithms of numbers,   (Abbrev.)    log         
  logarithmically      adv  


chip log  
      n     (Nautical)   a log for determining a vessel's speed, consisting of a wooden chip tossed overboard at the end of a line that is marked off in lengths of 47 feet 3 inches; the speed is calculated by counting the number of such intervals that pass overboard in a 28-second interval  
log          [1]  
      n  
1   
a    a section of the trunk or a main branch of a tree, when stripped of branches  
b    modifier   constructed out of logs  
a log cabin     
2   
a    a detailed record of a voyage of a ship or aircraft  
b    a record of the hours flown by pilots and aircrews  
c    a book in which these records are made; logbook  
3    a written record of information about transmissions kept by radio stations, amateur radio operators, etc.  
4   
a    a device consisting of a float with an attached line, formerly used to measure the speed of a ship  
   See also       chip log  
b    heave the log   to determine a ship's speed with such a device  
5      (Austral)   a claim for better pay and conditions presented by a trade union to an employer  
6    like a log   without stirring or being disturbed (in the phrase sleep like a log)  
      vb   , logs, logging, logged  
7    tr   to fell the trees of (a forest, area, etc.) for timber  
8    tr   to saw logs from (trees)  
9    intr   to work at the felling of timber  
10    tr   to enter (a distance, event, etc.) in a logbook or log  
11    tr   to record the punishment received by (a sailor) in a logbook  
12    tr   to travel (a specified distance or time) or move at (a specified speed)  
     (C14: origin obscure)  
log          [2]  
      n      short for       logarithm  
-log  
      combining form      a U.S. variant of       -logue  
log chip  
      n     (Nautical)   the chip of a chip log  
log in     (Computing)  
      vb  
1      (Also)    log on   to enter (an identification number, password, etc.) from a remote terminal to gain access to a multiaccess system  
      n  
2      (Also)    login   the process by which a computer user logs in  
log jam  
      n     (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)  
1    blockage caused by the crowding together of a number of logs floating in a river  
2    a deadlock; standstill  
log of wood  
      n     (N.Z.)      the. an informal name for       Ranfurly Shield  
log out     (Computing)  
      vb  
1      (Also)    log off   to disconnect a remote terminal from a multiaccess system by entering (an identification number, password, etc.)  
      n  
2      (Also)    logout   the process by which a computer user logs out  
patent log  
      n     (Nautical)   any of several mechanical devices for measuring the speed of a vessel and the distance travelled, consisting typically of a trailing rotor that registers its rotations on a meter  
   Compare       chip log  
yule log  
      n   a large log of wood traditionally used as the foundation of a fire in the hearth at Christmas  

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log

  

      n  
1    block, bole, chunk, piece of timber, stump, trunk  
      vb  
2    chop, cut, fell, hew  
      n  
3    account, chart, daybook, journal, listing, logbook, record, tally  
      vb  
4    book, chart, make a note of, note, record, register, report, set down, tally  

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-log, -log, chip log, heave the log

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n.
Wood where the log is first quartered lengthways, resulting in wedges with right angles in the centre of the log. Less prone to shrinkage and is more stable. Used in barrel-making.
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