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blog

short for Web log, a user-generated Web site that provides commentary on a particular subject

blog

 (blŏg)
n.
A website that displays postings by one or more individuals in chronological order and usually has links to comments on specific postings.
intr.v. blogged, blog·ging, blogs
To write entries in, add material to, or maintain a blog.

[From weblog (humorously taken as we blog).]

blog′ger n.

blog

(blɒɡ)
n
(Computer Science) informal an online journal. Full name: weblog
vb
(Computer Science) to write an online journal
ˈblogger n
ˈblogging n

blog


Past participle: blogged
Gerund: blogging

Imperative
blog
blog
Present
I blog
you blog
he/she/it blogs
we blog
you blog
they blog
Preterite
I blogged
you blogged
he/she/it blogged
we blogged
you blogged
they blogged
Present Continuous
I am blogging
you are blogging
he/she/it is blogging
we are blogging
you are blogging
they are blogging
Present Perfect
I have blogged
you have blogged
he/she/it has blogged
we have blogged
you have blogged
they have blogged
Past Continuous
I was blogging
you were blogging
he/she/it was blogging
we were blogging
you were blogging
they were blogging
Past Perfect
I had blogged
you had blogged
he/she/it had blogged
we had blogged
you had blogged
they had blogged
Future
I will blog
you will blog
he/she/it will blog
we will blog
you will blog
they will blog
Future Perfect
I will have blogged
you will have blogged
he/she/it will have blogged
we will have blogged
you will have blogged
they will have blogged
Future Continuous
I will be blogging
you will be blogging
he/she/it will be blogging
we will be blogging
you will be blogging
they will be blogging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been blogging
you have been blogging
he/she/it has been blogging
we have been blogging
you have been blogging
they have been blogging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been blogging
you will have been blogging
he/she/it will have been blogging
we will have been blogging
you will have been blogging
they will have been blogging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been blogging
you had been blogging
he/she/it had been blogging
we had been blogging
you had been blogging
they had been blogging
Conditional
I would blog
you would blog
he/she/it would blog
we would blog
you would blog
they would blog
Past Conditional
I would have blogged
you would have blogged
he/she/it would have blogged
we would have blogged
you would have blogged
they would have blogged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blog - a shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbiesblog - a shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbies; "postings on a blog are usually in chronological order"
diary, journal - a daily written record of (usually personal) experiences and observations
Verb1.blog - read, write, or edit a shared on-line journalblog - read, write, or edit a shared on-line journal
communicate, intercommunicate - transmit thoughts or feelings; "He communicated his anxieties to the psychiatrist"
Translations
блог
blogblogovat
blogblogge
blogo
blogiblogata
blogbloguebloguerfaire un blogwebjournal
blogpisati blog
blogblogol
blogg
ブログブログを書く
블로그블로그를 쓰다
blogas
bloggblogga
ใส่ข้อมูลส่วนบุคคลข้อมูลของบุคคลในอินเตอร์เนต
blogblog yazmakweb-kütüğü
nhật ký trực tuyếnnhật ký webviết nhật ký trực tuyến

blog

[ˈblɒg] n (COMPUTING) (= weblog) → blog m, blogue m

blog

n (Internet) → Blog nt or m, → Weblog nt or m, persönlicher Artikel oder Diskussionsbeitrag im Internet
vtibloggen, (einen Artikel oder Diskussionsbeitrag) ins Internet stellen

blog

مُدَوَّنَة, يُدَوِّنُ blog, blogovat blog, blogge Blog, bloggen γράφω σε ιστολόγιο, ιστολόγιο blog, llevar un blog blogata, blogi blog, faire un blog blog, pisati blog aggiornare il blog, blog ブログ, ブログを書く 블로그, 블로그를 쓰다 blog, bloggen blogg, blogge blog, napisać bloga blog, blogar, blogue, manter ou adicionar conteúdo a um blog блог, вести блог blogg, blogga ใส่ข้อมูลส่วนบุคคล, ข้อมูลของบุคคลในอินเตอร์เนต blog, blog yazmak nhật ký trực tuyến, viết nhật ký trực tuyến 写博客, 博客
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