Logbook definition

lôgbo͝ok, lŏg-
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A book in which a log, or record, is kept, specif. a log of a ship's voyage or an aircraft's flight; log.
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A record book with periodic entries.
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(nautical) A book in which measurements from the ship's log are recorded, along with other salient details of the voyage.
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(by extension) A book in which events are recorded; a journal, especially of travel.
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(UK) A record of the ownership, and licensing of a motor car.
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The official record book of a ship or an aircraft.
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Alternative Forms

Alternative Form of logbook - log book

Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
logbook
Plural:
logbooks

Origin of logbook

  • From log +"Ž book.

    From Wiktionary