logger

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log +‎ -er

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logger (plural loggers)

  1. A worker whose occupation is to harvest trees.
  2. That which logs, such as a computer program to keep track of events.

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  • (worker harvesting trees): lumberjack, bush ape (informal, historical slang, British Columbia, Canada)

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logger

  1. Comparative form of log

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