Definition of logger
: one engaged in logging
Examples of logger in a Sentence
the loggers were obliged to plant as many trees as they cut down
Recent Examples of logger from the Web
The Global Witness report found protections for local and indigenous peoples had been rolled back and documented 49 people who were murdered by loggers and large landowners in the Amazon last year.
Twenty-one of the original K-MAX helicopters are still in use around the world, helping to fight fires from Chile to California and allowing loggers to move 2 million pounds of trees in one day.
Before taking up the writing trade, Holbrook played semi-professional baseball, performed with a touring theater company and worked as a logger.
In 2016, the brewery saw 9 percent growth and won a second Great American Beer Festival medal for its Mexican Logger.
In a decision praised by environmentalists but scorned by loggers, President Bill Clinton created this monument in 2000 covering about 328,000 acres of land in central California where the giant sequoia grows naturally.
But one thing that’s certain is the fact that Oregon’s old-growth forests are all but gone: over the course of the 20th century, loggers cut down some 87 percent of old-growth trees, leaving a rare few stands to visit today.
So after the loggers drop off the goods on March’s lawn, the logs are cut into 16-inch-long blocks and then put through a splitter.
By then, his special shallow-craft boat had become popular with loggers and oil drillers.
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First Known Use of logger
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Definition of logger for English Language Learners
: someone whose job is to cut down trees for wood
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