- A personal website or web page on which an individual records opinions, links to other sites, etc. on a regular basis.More example sentences
- I'm talking about a tightly woven group of citizens united by web cams, blogs, pod casts and instant messages.
- Insider blogs - employee blogs, sanctioned but not controlled by the company they work for.
- A blog, or web log to give the term its full name, is basically a journal available for other people to read on the web.
verb (blogs, blogging, blogged)[no object] Back to top
- 1Add new material to or regularly update a blog: it’s about a week since I last bloggedMore example sentences
- Recently he blogged about my favorite food cities: Barcelona and San Sebastian, and is now back in San Francisco.
- It turned out that the winner was a housewife who blogged under a pseudonym (she revealed herself late in the contest).
- Not everyone has blogged with such benign motives.
- 1.1 [with object] Write about (an event, situation, topic, etc.) in a blog: he blogged the Democratic and Republican national conventions as an independentMore example sentences
- To my shame I missed blogging this story.
- The kind of people who wrote journals enjoyed the anonymity of blogging their private thoughts to a public audience.
- It sounds like a great adventure, and the best thing is that you can tag along with her because she is blogging her trip.
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- Again and again, he promised that the internet and bloggers would bring out the youth vote.
- If you want to get on the right side of the blogosphere, treat bloggers with respect.
- It's a story for the newspapers and the magazines and the online journals and the bloggers.
1990s: abbreviation of weblog.
More definitions of blogDefinition of blog in:
- The US English dictionary