logger

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

Definition of logger

: one engaged in logging

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Synonyms for logger

Synonyms

jack, lumberjack, lumberman

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Examples of logger in a Sentence

the loggers were obliged to plant as many trees as they cut down

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Moskowitz does not shy away from the conflict, capturing with his camera loggers busily felling old growth. Lynda V. Mapes, The Seattle Times, "David Moskowitz captures the beauty — and fragility — of the Northwest’s mountain caribou," 11 Feb. 2019 Next came the European explorers (the Dutchman Abel Tasman in 1646, the Englishman James Cook in 1769, and the Frenchman Marc-Joseph Marion du Fresne in 1772), followed by missionaries, whalers, sealers, loggers, gold prospectors. Klara Glowczewska, Town & Country, "We Should All Just Move to New Zealand," 17 Jan. 2019 Since vaccines have to be kept at a certain temperature to ensure their efficacy, the drone was equipped with Styrofoam boxes with ice packs and a temperature logger. Sam Blum, Popular Mechanics, "Drone-Delivered Vaccines Are Launching a New Era of Health Aid," 18 Dec. 2018 By then, his special shallow-craft boat had become popular with loggers and oil drillers. The Washington Post, NOLA.com, "D-Day: How New Orleans technology helped win the battle and World War II," 6 June 2018 The teeth of the sixgill shark work like a crosscut saw, and tore into the Carcharocles angustidens like loggers felling a tree. Jamie Seidel, Fox News, "Prehistoric survivor? How we know the 'Meg' is dead," 15 Aug. 2018 This is another area in which Fitbit has the upper-hand thanks to its new female health tracking calendar, symptom logger, alerts, and insights. Valentina Palladino, Ars Technica, "Garmin Vivosmart 4 review: An affordable band for easy fitness, SpO2 data," 27 Oct. 2018 That would be a big problem for the loggers salvaging timber at the site of the Pioneer Fire in the Boise National Forest. Rocky Barker, idahostatesman, "US government shutdown: What’s likely closed, open in Idaho | Idaho Statesman," 19 Jan. 2018 In early 2016, the yellow fever virus broke out of its usual pattern: limited spread by forest mosquito species from monkeys to loggers, hunters, farmers and other residents of the Amazon basin. New York Times, "Yellow Fever Circles Brazil’s Huge Cities," 5 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of logger

1732, in the meaning defined above

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logger

noun

English Language Learners Definition of logger

: someone whose job is to cut down trees for wood

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