Definition of vlog in English:

vlog

noun

  • A personal website or social media account where a person regularly posts short videos.

    ‘you can add travel vlogs to the growing list of travel-related material popping up on the Web’
    • ‘The next sections are arranged thematically, looking at different ways to address the anatomy of a vlog.’
    • ‘To get a sense of last year's trip, visit Casey's vlog.’
    • ‘During this time the first five videos posted on the vlog's index page were examined.’
    • ‘Of the 11 videos I found defining a vlog, about half referred to style.’
    • ‘Suggestions on how to make a vlog ranged from rudimentary to sophisticated.’
    • ‘Hamilton's vlog offers a behind-the-scenes look at the everyday life of a teenager.’
    • ‘He edits the footage on his computer, then posts it on his vlog.’
    • ‘I also created a little movie about this … my second vlog entry!’
    • ‘The vlog's subtitle, "Where the journey is the destination", further supports this interpretation.’
    • ‘He negotiates his old and new identities on his vlog.’
    • ‘The negotiation of identity can take shape in many forms such as a diary or vlog.’
    • ‘So Dave from PR's got a vlog, then.’
    • ‘The overall tone of the vlog was lighthearted with a soundtrack that enhanced this atmosphere.’
    • ‘The last two sections focus on three controversies around the reality or authenticity of vlogs.’
    • ‘With audiences typically in the dozens or hundreds, the vlogs aren't yet threatening ratings at the BBC.’
    • ‘The variety in the selected vlogs reflects the human experience.’
    • ‘Plus, Garfield said, vlogs offer something reality shows can't.’
    • ‘Video blogs, or vlogs, could help counterbalance talk radio.’
    • ‘Another way that vloggers utilize their sites is to indulge in a natural narcissistic tendency by centering their vlogs on themselves.’
    • ‘And his personality is perfect for stardom in the new, yet ever-changing world of vlogs, Kahn said.’
    diary, day-by-day account, daily record, log, logbook, weblog, blog, vlog, moblog, yearbook

Pronunciation

vlog

/vläɡ/ /vlɑɡ/

verbverb vlogs, verb vlogging, verb vlogged

  • 1no object Add new material to or regularly update a vlog.

    ‘various YouTube celebrities vlogged about the trend’
    • ‘having vlogged for nine years, Brown is no stranger to speaking to people on the internet’
    • ‘Most were enthusiastically ready to keep vlogging for years to come, regardless of what happens to YouTube.’
    • ‘I have been vlogging about my time in high school for 2 years.’
    • ‘Despite what someone might think, it was rather hard locating someone who broadcast her position daily and vlogged about what she saw and what she did.’
    • ‘I am vlogging my journey of weight loss and fitness.’
    • ‘I'm traveling and have been vlogging about the trip!’
    • ‘If you have been vlogging for a while and decide you want to get more serious about it then it is definitely worth shopping around for a new camera.’
    • ‘I have been vlogging for almost 6 years now, and my family loves looking back at old videos.’
    • ‘I have a disability and have been vlogging about it for 2 years.’
    • ‘I have been vlogging about selling off my comic book collection.’
    • ‘After getting to grips with blogging, why not start vlogging?’
    1. 1.1with object Post one or more short videos of or about (something) to a vlog.
      ‘he vlogged the birth of his second child’
      • ‘Last Sunday he vlogged himself at the Oscars and when he announced it on his channel my eyes nearly started to flood with tears when I was watching it behind my laptop.’
      • ‘Because I’m showing what I vlogged this week, you’ll see some things in this video that have already gone live.’
      • ‘He caught what he could on camera and vlogged it.’
      • ‘Jake Paul camped out in the White House and vlogged the entire thing, publishing the video on his channel.’
      • ‘Cedric has a great YouTube channel here in which he vlogged his recent trip and is planning an upcoming series about more of his travels.’
      • ‘In a shocking video revelation in late 2016, he vlogged a rant in which he denounced veganism.’
      • ‘I'm writing two books and vlogging the whole process—I’ve already uploaded one video, and I’m going to be posting another one later today.’
      • ‘I wish you'd vlogged yourself surfing with him today, Alma, with that shockproof and waterproof camera.’
      • ‘He vlogged meeting and working with Miley on his YouTube channel.’
      • ‘I asked my new friends if the party was being vlogged in real time and their response told me that life without recording it was unthinkable.’

Pronunciation

vlog

/vläɡ/ /vlɑɡ/

Origin

Early 21st century blend of video and blog.