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log [the ~] noun

  1. the log (logbook; journal)
    het logboek
  2. the log (diary; journal; logbook)
    het dagboek; het journaal
  3. the log (fire wood)
    het brandhout
  4. the log (fire wood)
    blok hout; het houtblok
  5. the log
    – A record of transactions or events that take place within an IT managed environment. 1
    het logboek

to log verb (logs, logged, logging)

  1. to log (heave the log; pay out the log-line; sail by the log)
    • loggen verb (log, logt, logde, logden, gelogd)

Conjugations for log:

  1. log
  2. log
  3. logs
  4. log
  5. log
  6. log
simple past
  1. logged
  2. logged
  3. logged
  4. logged
  5. logged
  6. logged
present perfect
  1. have logged
  2. have logged
  3. has logged
  4. have logged
  5. have logged
  6. have logged
past continuous
  1. was logging
  2. were logging
  3. was logging
  4. were logging
  5. were logging
  6. were logging
  1. shall log
  2. will log
  3. will log
  4. shall log
  5. will log
  6. will log
continuous present
  1. am logging
  2. are logging
  3. is logging
  4. are logging
  5. are logging
  6. are logging
  1. be logged
  2. be logged
  3. be logged
  4. be logged
  5. be logged
  6. be logged
  1. log!
  2. let's log!
  3. logged
  4. logging
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for log:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
blok hout fire wood; log
brandhout fire wood; log fuel wood
dagboek diary; journal; log; logbook journal
houtblok fire wood; log
journaal diary; journal; log; logbook journal; news; news bulletin
logboek journal; log; logbook journal
- logarithm
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
loggen heave the log; log; pay out the log-line; sail by the log
- lumber

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Synonyms for "log":

Related Definitions for "log":

  1. measuring instrument that consists of a float that trails from a ship by a knotted line in order to measure the ship's speed through the water2
  2. a written record of events on a voyage (of a ship or plane)2
  3. a written record of messages sent or received2
    • they kept a log of all transmission by the radio station2
    • an email log2
  4. the exponent required to produce a given number2
  5. a segment of the trunk of a tree when stripped of branches2
  6. enter into a log, as on ships and planes2
  7. cut lumber, as in woods and forests2
  8. A record of transactions or events that take place within an IT managed environment.1

Wiktionary Translations for log:

  1. het met een bijl in houtblokken hakken van boomstammen
  2. vaart bepalen
  3. stelselmatig registreren

Cross Translation:
log log LogNautik: Messgerät zur Bestimmung der Fahrgeschwindigkeit eines Schiffes
log geschiedenis historique — Fichier qui enregistre les actions qui se sont déroulées au cours du temps.

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