logger

noun
log·​ger | \ ˈlȯ-gər How to pronounce logger (audio) , ˈlä- \

Definition of logger

: one engaged in logging

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Examples of logger in a Sentence

the loggers were obliged to plant as many trees as they cut down
Recent Examples on the Web Born in Dallas and raised in Philomath, Zimmerman was one of five children born to a logger and a homemaker. oregonlive, "Oregonians with coronavirus: Ace opal hunter Karen Zimmerman of Philomath filled her life with adventure," 15 June 2020 The mascot of the Portland Timbers, a Major League Soccer team, is a logger who revs a chainsaw and cuts a round off a Douglas fir tree after every home goal. Tony Schick, ProPublica, "Big Money Bought the Forests. Small Logging Communities Are Paying the Price.," 11 June 2020 The mascot of the Portland Timbers, a Major League Soccer team, is a logger who revs a chainsaw and cuts a round off a Douglas fir tree after every home goal. The Oregonian - OregonLive.com, "Big money bought the forests. Small timber communities are paying the price," 11 June 2020 The tender tips and buds have plenty of nutrition and as any logger will tell you, the deer will find them and gobble them up in no time. Craig Dougherty, Outdoor Life, "Are You Feeding Your Deer To Death?," 6 Feb. 2013 Kaczmarek’s father, W. Stan Ouderkirk, was a logger, small mill owner and Republican member of the Oregon House of Representatives in the 1960s and 1970s. The Oregonian - OregonLive.com, "Big money bought the forests. Small timber communities are paying the price," 11 June 2020 Folklorists trace the figure of Bigfoot to a combination of factors and sources, including folklore surrounding the European wild man figure, folk belief among Native Americans and loggers, and a cultural increase in environmental concerns. Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian, Cincinnati.com, "Bigfoot-like creature spotted at Salt Fork State Park in Ohio, men claim," 10 Feb. 2020 Our elders taught us how to fight the rubber tappers and the oil companies and the loggers. Mitch Anderson, Time, ""Go Make Camps Deeper in the Forest." How the Amazon's Indigenous People are Handling the Threat of the Coronavirus," 24 Apr. 2020 Northern white-cheeked gibbons are approaching extinction in the wild as loggers clear significant portions of Southeast Asia’s evergreen forests to produce timber products like lumber and paper. National Geographic, "See the Full Archive," 21 Apr. 2020

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First Known Use of logger

1732, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of logger was in 1732

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29 Jun 2020

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“Logger.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/logger. Accessed 11 Aug. 2020.

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logger

noun
How to pronounce logger (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of logger

: someone whose job is to cut down trees for wood

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