log in Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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log in

(also log on)
phrasal verb with log uk   us   /lɒɡ/ verb [T] (-gg-)
[I or T] IT, INTERNET to ​connect to a ​computersystem by putting in a particular set of ​letters or ​numbers: What is the ​username and ​password that you use to ​log on? If you are already a ​registereduser, please ​log in.log in/on to sth Find out more about our ​products by ​logging on to our ​website.log in/on to do sth It has 1.7 million ​registeredcustomers who ​log in to ​play games and socialize.log sb in/on Your ​networkadministrator will ​log you in the first ​time you use the ​system.
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log-innoun [C]

(also log-on, login, logon) uk   us   IT, INTERNET
the set of ​letters and ​numbers that you write on a ​computerscreen in ​order to ​connect to a ​computersystem: If you're worried about other ​peopleaccessing your ​information, you can make it a ​private log-in. The ​site helps ​userskeeptrack of their various logons.login data/information Do not ​share your log-in ​information with anyone.
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the ​process of using a log-in to ​connect to a ​computersystem: To ​helpspeed up log-in have your ​username and ​passwordready.
(Definition of log in from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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