- 1 (wood) tronco (masculine); (as fuel) leño (masculine) to be as easy as falling off a log ser* pan comido [colloquial/familiar], ser* coser y cantar [colloquial/familiar] to sleep like a log dormir* como un tronco [colloquial/familiar] log fire fuego (masculine) de leñaMore example sentences
- Even though she knew that there would be no berries, for it was early fall, she walked deep into the woods and past fallen logs and trees to the same meadow that her mother had told her about.
- She went into the forest, slowing only enough to avoid trees and fallen logs.
- This group has a great diversity of roosting habits, including caves, hollow logs, tree branches, tunnels, and human houses.
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- Traditionally, a vessel's speed was determined using a log and line - a float on the end of a line knotted at precise intervals and tossed overboard.
- One method of keeping direction, the log and the line, is generally discounted when a ship is sailing by compass correctly; this is true of the Pequod.
- Solomon and Hart used Hudson Bay Company postal records and ships' logbooks to examine storm frequency and severity in the Beaufort Sea.
- The FAA acquired the aircraft logbooks, and months of investigation began.
- Most of the aircraft have no logbooks, have run-out engines and props, and need a lot of work.