- A blog providing commentary on an event while it is taking place, typically in the form of frequent short updates: keep sending your comments to our live blogMore example sentences
- Also, I'm about to log on to the live blog.
- Welcome to our live blog of Oscars 2009.
- The snow is due to turn heavier and more persistent this afternoon, according to the Met Office (see our live blog for more details).
verb(live-blog) [with object] Back to top
- Post commentary about (an event) online while the event is taking place, typically in the form of frequent short blog updates: the Wall Street Journal live-blogged the launchMore example sentences
- A blogger nearby perked his ears up from three feet away and started live-blogging the conversation.
- As I watched all of this unfold, the only thing I regret having not done was bringing my work laptop so that I could have live-blogged the occasion.
- We're going to live blog game 5 starting in the 2nd quarter.
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