Log – meaning of the word and examples

A thick piece of tree trunk or branch, especially one cut for burning on a fire. (Cambridge Dictionary)

log is a piece of a thick branch or of the trunk of a tree that has been cut so that it can be used for fuel or for making things. (Collins Dictionary)

log is an official written account of what happens each day, for example on board a ship. (Collins Dictionary)

A part of the trunk or a large branch of a tree that has fallen or been cut off. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Brown log pillow.


Pacific yachting daily cruising log book.



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