Definition of blog in English:

blog

Pronunciation /bläɡ/ /blɑɡ/

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noun

  • A regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style.

    ‘I wish they'd introduce a system for rating bus drivers like they do on blog listing sites.’
    • ‘Some blogs are product fan sites, and let the raves and rants about a product live under one roof.’
    • ‘We can watch it bubble up from blogs and activist sites and spread like a playground rumor.’
    • ‘Up until now this blog has pretty much been about what's happening to me right now.’
    • ‘So I shall be adding a link to everyone's blog site when I get back to the UK next week.’
    • ‘I browse the news sites and the blogs, then go play with my daughter for the rest of the morning.’
    • ‘Individual blogs rarely provide a good measure of opinion across a real-world community.’
    • ‘Discuss what you are learning, where you are going, promote your blogs or sites.’
    • ‘Up until now, this blog has only attracted fairly light amounts of comment spam.’
    • ‘A webring or a blogring is a series of linked sites or blogs about the same subject.’
    • ‘Free extras include a weekly email newsletter and thumbnails to add to your own site or blog.’
    • ‘I'd recently been criticised this blog simply hadn't been unlucky enough of late.’
    • ‘I am, as I wrote on another blog recently, more used to the English way of doing things.’
    • ‘In effect there are hundreds of left wing blogs on that one site alone.’
    • ‘You can visit random sites, browse blogs and most importantly track your favourites.’
    • ‘For blogs and sites that have a certain amount of focus, this can be immensely valuable.’
    • ‘I'm not posting it as a link, as there's no way I want to add any sort of pretence that that site is a normal blog.’
    • ‘I have yet to determine the name of the artist originally sited in the blog.’
    • ‘Thing is, I can't decide whether it would be better for the main site or for my blog.’
    • ‘With over a million users and rising, blogs are well on their way along this road.’
    description, report, version, story, narration, narrative, statement, news, explanation, exposition, interpretation, communiqué, recital, rendition, sketch, delineation, portrayal, tale

intransitive verbblogs, blogging, blogged

[no object]
  • 1Add new material to or regularly update a blog.

    ‘it's about a week since I last blogged’
    • ‘I knew what blogs were and had read some out of political interest, but had not blogged myself.’
    • ‘I'm in Atlanta, and I am blogging from the public library this morning.’
    • ‘This article reminded me that there is a whole section of the business world that I have never really blogged about - franchising.’
    • ‘It used to be a small group, but now everyone who blogs at the company is spreading the message.’
    • ‘I've blogged several times before about inherent problems in human decision making.’
    • ‘Sorry I haven't blogged in a while.’
    • ‘Last year, I blogged a lot about various anniversary-year events being observed in France: Salvador Dali and George Sand were the big ones.’
    • ‘It's a breeze to use even if you've never blogged before.’
    • ‘He has blogged about taking his six-year-old to a dance recital.’
    • ‘Anyone who is experienced in writing original posts understands this, but new bloggers may not and managers who haven't ever blogged almost certainly will not.’
    • ‘Whilst out on the town, something happened which I would normally have blogged about.’
    • ‘I was previously aware in a general way that my impossibly-high standards for myself can get in the way of accomplishing things, and the other evening I blogged about precisely that.’
    • ‘I can't believe it's been 2 weeks since I blogged last!’
    • ‘He blogs about online privacy.’
    • ‘He's a passionate cook, who blogs, writes cookbooks, and concocts recipes.’
    • ‘When I started blogging about books, my general goal was simply to write about the ones I was reading.’
    • ‘He became instantly obsessed with the possibilities of social media, blogging for hours each day.’
    • ‘Not everyone has blogged with such benign motives.’
    • ‘It turned out that the winner was a housewife who blogged under a pseudonym (she revealed herself late in the contest).’
    • ‘Recently he blogged about my favorite food cities: Barcelona and San Sebastian, and is now back in San Francisco.’
    1. 1.1with object Write about (an event, situation, topic, etc.) in a blog.
      ‘he blogged the Democratic and Republican national conventions as an independent’
      • ‘He's blogging the entire process of starting a company.’
      • ‘I'll be blogging the event, with a full write-up next week.’
      • ‘We've been faithfully blogging Australian gaming news since 1998.’
      • ‘The professional theatre company is blogging news about arts organizations that provide support.’
      • ‘When I met Joe at a conference, he was blogging it, in real time, over the wireless network.’
      • ‘The owners have blogged their personal journey, freely discussing how they used to be homeless and what led them to want to start a bakery.’
      • ‘I'm blogging this session in near-live time since I have over 20 pages of notes from earlier keynotes and panels this morning.’
      • ‘Last time I blogged a rumour like this, it turned out to be true.’
      • ‘A number of people have blogged their notes already, from which I have drawn a few random excerpts - best to go read the originals for the full set of opinions.’
      • ‘He was fired for blogging a few frustrated comments about his employers.’
      • ‘Here are some of the links and observations from the immediate aftermath of the case, as I blogged them.’
      • ‘I don't have much luck blogging basketball games.’
      • ‘He teaches a cooking class, runs a cooking club and blogs his recipes.’
      • ‘Jon is now blogging the prison stories of his friends inside and documenting his return to society.’
      • ‘I remember when I last took him to the vet because I blogged it.’
      • ‘Earlier today our L.A. correspondent blogged the Academy Awards live from Hollywood.’
      • ‘A group of new-media journalism students blogged the conference in real time, on their laptops and with their mobile phones and video cameras.’
      • ‘It sounds like a great adventure, and the best thing is that you can tag along with her because she is blogging her trip.’
      • ‘The kind of people who wrote journals enjoyed the anonymity of blogging their private thoughts to a public audience.’
      • ‘To my shame I missed blogging this story.’

Origin

1990s abbreviation of weblog.