Meaning of LOG in English

LOG

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a coal/wood/log fire

There was a coal fire in the sitting room.

as easy as pie/ABC/falling off a log (= very easy )

log book

log cabin

a log cabin

log cabin

log off a computer (= stop using a computer system that requires a password )

log onto a computer (= start using it by typing a password )

Next time you log onto your computer, you will have to use a new password.

sleep like a log ( also sleep like a baby ) informal (= sleep very well )

I was exhausted and slept like a log.

yule log

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

book

I wish to apply for the log book to retain the original suffix.

She puts the folder down and picks up the log book .

Hence you can store dive profiles on print out copies for your log book .

Sometimes, they also must present a log book that verifies their experience.

But from the log books of 100 years ago, there is a very vivid picture of school life in Bentley.

He wrote long outlandish tales about himself in the log book and signed them Anon.

And here in Hatton's log book was the Leeds trip confirmed.

Leese and I went to the operations tent to drop off the dash-twelve page from the log book .

books

But from the log books of 100 years ago, there is a very vivid picture of school life in Bentley.

Watch out for log books which tell you that the first owner was Engineering Educational Trust.

Housing log books and an end to gazumping will also help home buyers.

cabin

The reality of a painted postcard of a log cabin and box of arrowheads disappeared.

How a self-made man should always say he was born in something like a log cabin , preferably with no running water.

The path led to a log cabin with a chalet-style sloping roof in the middle of a clearing.

Sometimes I am in the log cabin , looking at it; other times I am wandering through it.

Genuine pre-fab log cabins hitched up to the mains.

They settled in Prairieville in Barry County, cleared land, and put up a log cabin and later a proper house.

He lived alone in a log cabin beside the lake, his only company a portable radio and television.

We stopped at the Association of Pioneer Women of California log cabin , and their garish statue.

file

An example log file for Type Module is shown in Section 10.4.6.

This file is called the log file.

If the transaction is successful, then nothing further is added to the log file .

Check the report log file , ABLE-REPORT.LOG, for errors which may have occurred earlier and resolve these.

Most user and system activity was captured and stored in machine-readable log files .

If the primary log file is flawed then the software performing the rebuild operation will switch to the reserve log.

If no input is made then the log file name defaults to LIFESPAN-PI.LOG.

fire

Here we are, by a redolent log fire , in a world which has slipped from sight.

An old pub with beamed ceilings, smoke-blackened, and a log fire crackling and spitting inside a deep alcove.

The beamed lounge with its log fire is elegantly furnished in a country-house style.

He then escorted us to the morning room, where we were greeted by a large log fire .

Comfort, quality and log fires .

The artificial log fire was burning brightly.

The four-course evening meal is served by candlelight and afterwards coffee is served in the drawing room by a log fire .

A log fire roared in the open hearth, spitting out sparks.

incident

See preceding error message in the incident log file for a fuller explanation of the error encountered.

Check the incident log file for errors which may have occurred earlier and resolve these.

jam

The fingers of her other hand stretched and pressed, but the log jam was centred just out of reach.

The contrasurvival engram is to the dynamics like a log jam which dams a necessary river.

Upriver came a rumble and boom like the dynamite explosions that broke up the log jams .

■ VERB

build

Structures were built of logs , the ends cut and dovetailed.

Two styles of Navajo hogans were built from logs patted with mud.

Constructed in a hexagon shape, it had been built of logs , now darkened with age.

Lucenzo built a log fire in the big medieval fireplace, and they sat burning their toes on the stone hearth.

fall

For a termite, home is a fallen log .

The alternative was to shimmy across a fallen log .

Sharpe went slowly, threading the horse between the ancient trunks and past fallen , moss-covered logs .

The taciturn Tor falls off his log and eventually complains of painful stomach muscles.

keep

This can be done by regularly keeping a written learning log .

Skydivers keep logs of their times for certification.

The very activity of keeping a log focuses attention on how you have used your time.

One of the youthful survivors, Chuck Gieg, had kept a log of the fateful voyage.

Some people are dismayed when they first start to keep a log .

All students keep work-site logs and journals, which become the basis for classroom discussions.

I meet every evening with the other members of the team and we keep a daily log of our activities and sightings.

The students keep logs of their exercise and eating.

put

He put logs on the fire and the flames crackled up.

Alice complimented her, watching Mattie put more logs in the living room fireplace.

I put a trimmed log in its place, to be taken up by the stair.

Next evening, two of the kids put a log in the water and tried to sail to the Manhattan shore.

He puts some logs into the small drum, douses them with gasoline, and throws in a match.

They settled in Prairieville in Barry County, cleared land, and put up a log cabin and later a proper house.

Another way to serve it is to put out the whole log and let people cut off pieces.

sit

Bitterly disappointed, she sat on the log .

I sit on a log next to the fire, trying to warm my feet.

A hundred or so houses sit on log stilts.

The teacher told the girls to sit on a log on the third-base line and then she returned to the school.

I sat on a log among the shadows of creatures now extinct and others long since departed for pasture in the south.

Out on the water, a man sat motionless on a log raft, holding one end of a line.

They sat round a huge log fire, the flickering flames casting long shadows against the far wall.

sleep

I sleep like a log and never get indigestion.

The nights in Denver are cool, and I slept like a log .

Mrs Plummer was right about that; he slept like a log .

They fussed around until the doctor left, when everything went deathly quiet, and I slept like a log until morning.

throw

He began to throw the split logs into the back of the pick-up.

Archer stooped over and threw a log upon the embers.

It is cool outside as I throw a log on the gently breathing embers.

The captain would throw a log overboard and observe how quickly the ship receded from this temporary guidepost.

write

After-images of new and modified blocks are written to twin log files.

Rex wrote up his nature log .

I secured the locks on the wheelbarrow, crawled under canvas and wrote up the log and two letters.

VanDerveer has documented the whole experience, taping a personal journal and writing down a workout log .

Finally, I finished a recording for home and wrote up the log .

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

it's as easy as falling off a log

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Alice had to write up a detailed log of the trip, complete with scientific data.

He complained to a senior officer, who made a note in the ship's log .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A few cluster flies found the warm logs and sat on them.

Mark logs and milled lumber from the older trees, giving consumers a choice of boycott.

Meanwhile, an event log shows a listing of events and breakpoint messages.

This is done to prevent the process log becoming too large.

What she did not mention in her log was that she had found a bottle of liquor that Bill had stashed away.

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

in

Passwords can then be changed so original users can't log in .

You Once you've logged in with your password, checking out is as straight forward as following the prompts.

A muffled crackle splutters out from a walkie-talkie inside his jacket, and he pulls it out to log in .

The other way is obvious as soon as you log in .

Having entered the details above, you're ready to log in .

Psions logged in , and battle commenced.

off

If that looks dodgy, log off , ten back on.

Make sure all Oedipus users are logged off .

But dot.com firms are falling like flies, and disillusioned users are logging off .

Try logging off and logging on again.

on

At the time she was logged on at another computer in the station, working on an application form.

As more people log on , they experience frustrating delays.

Oh sure, you log on , the computer crashes-how relaxed are you going to be then?

The better operations will provide you with software that makes it easy to sign up and log on .

Each user has a unique username and a password which must be used in order to log on to the network.

The message contains an authentication token that allows users to log on to network services.

Four Barclays customers reported that they could see other customers' account information when they logged on .

The result has been that customers are often unable to log on to the system.

■ NOUN

call

Data entry to log a call is virtually eliminated.

computer

Then the identity and details of any information passed on will be logged on secure computer files in a numbers code.

At the time she was logged on at another computer in the station, working on an application form.

The contents of every breath the patient takes are logged in the computer monitoring his progress.

Oh sure, you log on, the computer crashes-how relaxed are you going to be then?

Members are invited to log on to their computers and call up the Heisei menu.

data

More than ever, secondary schools looking for data-logging equipment have a vast range to choose from.

Of course, some data are logged automatically and exist only in electronic form.

The data-logging work also involves a good range of sensors, not just the usual probes of temperature and light.

forest

It has already promised to ban logging in native forests .

hours

The pilot had logged 95 hours , all on type.

Khader works full time now at nation-building, sometimes logging 16 hours of work in a day.

Resler and I flew one of those ships, logging six and eight hours daily.

By the end of February she had managed to log only four hours in the Canuck.

By late afternoon we had logged eight hours of flying time.

user

Passwords can then be changed so original users can't log in.

In the course of several days, the sniffer could gather information on local users logging into remote machines.

If you have time available, try to get users to log out of the system before shutting it down.

This, more than anything, helps prevent unauthorized users from logging into machines on the network.

Go back to Connection Information and check that users are logging out.

The message contains an authentication token that allows users to log on to network services.

Make sure all Oedipus users are logged off.

Unsuspecting and amateur users logging into remote hosts are the most vulnerable.

work

The data-logging work also involves a good range of sensors, not just the usual probes of temperature and light.

Khader works full time now at nation-building, sometimes logging 16 hours of work in a day.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

All deliveries must be logged.

By mid-July the INS had logged only 72 applications.

The pilot had logged over 150 hours of flying time.

The system can log the date and length of calls made by company employees.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

As more people log on, they experience frustrating delays.

At the time she was logged on at another computer in the station, working on an application form.

But for some countries trade in the wood is of direct benefit to the local people who log it.

Khader works full time now at nation-building, sometimes logging 16 hours of work in a day.

Of these, logging poses by far the most serious threat.

When logged into his two-way communication system, you will be amazed at his love and understanding.

Workers routinely logged twelve-hour days, and are doing so once again.

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