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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “log”

log

verb [T] (RECORD)
記錄
 
 
/lɒɡ/ US  /lɑːɡ/ (-gg-)
to officially record something
正式記錄,記載
The Police Complaints Authority has logged more than 90 complaints.
員警瀆職投訴局已經記錄下了90多宗投訴。
Writing and typing
(UK also log up) to travel and record a particular distance
行駛,記錄(若干距離)
Travelling
(Definition of log verb (RECORD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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