Meaning of Logie in English:


Pronunciation /ˈləʊɡi/


  • An award for excellence in the Australian television industry, presented annually.

    ‘just look at the stuff that wins Logies every year’
    • ‘Holly sobbed, in what was destined to be a Logie clip moment.’
    • ‘She must be going for a Logie with all that overacting.’
    • ‘He is the stand-out and won a Logie last year for the role.’
    • ‘If it's a popularity contest then next time maybe they should get someone who's won a Logie.’
    • ‘When I see an assembly of politicians on TV I feel I'm to receive a Logie-winning performance.’
    • ‘It has also collected a Logie Award in Australia for Best Entertainment Show.’
    • ‘Every time I hear that he's been nominated for another logie, I am sick to my stomach.’
    • ‘He created the groundbreaking ABC comedy, for which he won a Logie for Best Australian Comedy.’
    • ‘We should take peace prizes just about as seriously as the Gold Logie for Oz TV stars.’
    • ‘You may remember she won the Most Outstanding Actress Logie for the role.’


1960s named after Baird, John Logie.