Hindi translation of log
logPowered by COBUILD /lɒɡ, Am lɔːɡ लॉग् Am लॉग्/
Word forms: logs, logging, logged
Definitions and Translations
1. countable noun
A log is a thick piece of wood cut from a branch or trunk of a tree.
लकड़ी का लट्ठा mn
2. countable noun
A log is an official written account of what happens each day, for example on a ship.
दैनिक विवरण mn
कार्य पुँजी nf
⇒ He wrote about his experience in his ship's log.
3. transitive verb
If you log an event or fact, you record it officially in writing.
आधिकारिक रूप से विवरण रखना
⇒ Details of the crime are then logged in the computer.
log in or log on
When someone logs in or logs on, or when they log into a computer system, they gain access to the system, usually by typing their name and a password. [computing]
कंप्यूटर के किसी साइट में प्रवेश
log out or log off
When someone who is using a computer system logs out or logs off, they finish using the system by typing a particular command. [computing]
कंप्यूटर के किसी साइट से बाहर निकास
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Example Sentences Including 'log'
He opened his log , which he had brought down from the bridge in expectation of my call.Doubtful Motives
There was a silence, broken only by a hiss as part of a log suddenly began to flame.A Question of Principle
Denham's attention appeared to be focused on the log he had just split.Widow's End
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'log' in Other Languages
- Arabic: جُزْءٌ مِنْ سَاقِ الشّجَرَةِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: tronco
- Chinese: 原木
- Croatian: cjepanica
- Czech: poleno
- Danish: bjælke
- Dutch: blok
- European Spanish: tronco leño
- Finnish: tukki
- French: rondin
- German: Baumstamm Baumstämme
- Greek: κούτσουρο
- Italian: tronco
- Japanese: 丸太
- Korean: 통나무
- Norwegian: tømmerstokk
- Polish: kloc
- Portuguese: tronco
- Romanian: buștean bușteni
- Russian: бревно
- Spanish: tronco
- Swedish: loggbok
- Thai: ท่อนซุง
- Turkish: tomruk
- Ukrainian: колода
- Vietnamese: khúc gỗ
Translation of log from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary