Definition of Log on

1. Verb. Enter a computer. "Have you logged in lately?"

Exact synonyms: Log In, Log-in
Generic synonyms: Access
Antonyms: Log Out

Definition of Log on

1. Verb. To log in. ¹

2. Verb. To visit a Web site; (non-gloss definition 1=construed with (term to).) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Log On

log-log paper
log Z's
log boat
log cabin
log cabins
log choker
log dog
log drive
log drives
log flumes
log in
log jam
log line
log off
log on (current term)
log out
log up

Literary usage of Log on

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Canadian Entomologist by Entomological Society of Canada (1951- ), Entomological Society of Ontario (1897)
"It has occurred always in the same spot — on the under side of a rotten spruce log on the ground. From positions I have taken it ..."

2. Fire Effects Information System: User's Guide by William C. Fischer, Melanie Miller, Cameron M. Johnston, Jane K. Smith (1998)
"LOG-ON PROCEDURES To access the Fire Effects Information System from a PC, you must first start up your communications software and dial into the System, ..."

3. Lumber, Its Manufacture and Distribution by Ralph Clement Bryant (1922)
"To load a log on the carriage, steam is admitted to the base of the cylinder ... The next log on the deck then rolls against the concave side of the arm and ..."

4. Navaho Legends by Washington Matthews (1897)
"He went back, next morning, to his log on the banks of the San Juan, and spent the day making the log hollow by means of fire, beginning at the butt end. ..."

5. Searchlights on Some American Industries by James Cooke Mills (1911)
"Quickly they roll one end of a log on the crossbeam of the low dray, cast a chain over and around the log, and secure it. A strong pull by the teams brings ..."

6. Educator's Guide to Electronic Networking: Creating Virtual Communities by Barbara L. Kurshans (1996)
"Log-on / log-off—The process of entering and leaving an electronic ... Remote log-on—To connect to a network other than the original network by using an ..."

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