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log in Daily life topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloglog1 /lɒɡ $ lɒːɡ, lɑːɡ/ ●●○ S3 noun [countable]  1 DHBPa thick piece of wood from a tree a roaring log fire2 RECORDan official record of events, especially on a journey in a ship or plane The captain always keeps a log.3 HMa logarithm it’s as easy as falling off a log at fall1(31), → sleep like a log/top at sleep1
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logAlice had to write up a detailed log of the trip, complete with scientific data.Meanwhile, an event log shows a listing of events and breakpoint messages.What she did not mention in her log was that she had found a bottle of liquor that Bill had stashed away.Mark logs and milled lumber from the older trees, giving consumers a choice of boycott.This is done to prevent the process log becoming too large.He complained to a senior officer, who made a note in the ship's log.A few cluster flies found the warm logs and sat on them.