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blog

noun [C]
 
 
/blɒɡ/ ( also weblog)
B1 a record of your thoughts that you put on the Internet for other people to read
başkalarının okuması için internete konulan fikirler/düşünceler
Internet terminology and abbreviationsPieces of writing
blog verb [I] B1
İnternette bir konu ile ilgili fikirlerinizi yayınlamak
blogger
 
 
/ˈblɒɡər/ noun [C]
B1 a person who writes or reads a blog
bu düşünceleri okuyan kişi
People who write for work or pleasureInternet terminology and abbreviations
Translations of “blog”
in Arabic مُدَوّنة…
in Korean 블로그…
in Malaysian blog…
in Italian blog…
in Chinese (Traditional) 網路日誌,博客,部落格…
in Russian блог, виртуальный дневник…
in Polish blog…
in Vietnamese blog…
in Spanish Blog…
in Portuguese blog…
in Thai บล็อก, เว็บไซต์ที่ให้บริการสมุดบันทึก…
in Catalan blog…
in Japanese ブログ(インターネット上の日記)…
in Indonesian blog…
in Chinese (Simplified) 网络日志,博客…
(Definition of blog from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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