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log1 British & World English

A part of the trunk or a large branch of a tree that has fallen or been cut off

log2 British & World English

Short for logarithm.

log English Thesaurus

she tripped over a fallen log

log British & World English

Natural logarithm

logarithm British & World English

A quantity representing the power to which a fixed number (the base) must be raised to produce a given number

log in logarithm British & World English

A quantity representing the power to which a fixed number (the base) must be raised to produce a given number

-logue British & World English

Denoting discourse of a specified type

-log in -logue British & World English

Denoting discourse of a specified type

prologue New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

separate introductory section

natural logarithm British & World English

A logarithm to the base e (2.71828 ...)

log in natural logarithm British & World English

A logarithm to the base e (2.71828 ...)

log-log British & World English

Denoting a graph or graph paper having or using a logarithmic scale along both axes

-log in trialogue New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

conversation between three people

log in British & World English

Go through the procedures to begin use of a computer, database, or system

gas log British & World English

A gas-burning appliance consisting of a gas burner made to resemble a log, used in a fireplace to simulate the effect of a burning log

log off British & World English

Go through the procedures to conclude use of a computer, database, or system

foot log British & World English

A log used as a simple footbridge

King Log British & World English

A ruler or leader noted for extreme laxity

log cabin British & World English

A hut built of whole or split logs

log flume British & World English

A water chute ride at an amusement park

log line British & World English

A line to which a ship’s log is attached

yule log British & World English

A large log traditionally burnt in the hearth on Christmas Eve

flight log British & World English

An official record of events during the flight of an aircraft

log-normal British & World English

Of or denoting a set of data in which the logarithm of the variate is distributed according to a normal distribution

patent log British & World English

A mechanical device towed in the water behind a boat to measure its speed and distance travelled

sleep like a log British & World English

Sleep very soundly

log in in log1 British & World English

Go through the procedures to begin use of a computer, database, or system

log off in log1 British & World English

Go through the procedures to conclude use of a computer, database, or system

logjam British & World English

A crowded mass of logs blocking a river

logout British & World English

An act of logging out of a computer system

waterlog British & World English

Saturate with water; make (something) waterlogged

common logarithm British & World English

A logarithm to the base 10

logrolling British & World English

The practice of exchanging favours, especially in politics by reciprocal voting for each other’s proposed legislation

Napierian logarithm British & World English

Another term for natural logarithm.


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