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"blog" in British English

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blognoun [C]

uk   /blɒɡ/ us   /blɑːɡ/

blogverb [I]

uk   /blɒɡ/ us   /blɑːɡ/ -gg-
(Definition of blog from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"blog" in American English

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blognoun [C]

us   /blɔɡ, blɑɡ/
a website on which one person or group puts new information regularly, often every day; weblog: As millions express their views on blogs, political dialogue has taken on a life of its own on the Web.

blogverb [I/T]

us   /blɔɡ, blɑɡ/
to keep a blog, or to put new information on one: Earlier this week, I blogged on the gulf between printed reports about these Olympics and the experience of living here.
blogger
noun [C] us   /blɔ·ɡər, blɑɡ·ər/
Bloggers are expanding their influence on American politics.
(Definition of blog from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"blog" in Business English

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blognoun [C]

uk   /blɒɡ/ us   also weblog COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET
a record of news, people's opinions, photos, and videos about a particular subject that someone puts on the internet and adds information, pictures, etc. to regularly: on/in a blog They wrote about their experiences on a blog.

blogverb [I or T]

uk   /blɒɡ/ us   also weblog COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET
to write a blog: Managers need to be cautious about who they allow to blog or podcast.
(Definition of blog from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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“blog” in British English

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