logger

1 [law-ger, log-er]

Origin:
1725–35, Americanism; log1 + -er1

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logger

2 [law-ger, log-er]
adjective Scot.
1.
heavy or thick.
2.
thick-headed; stupid.

Origin:
1665–75; back formation from loggerhead

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logger (ˈlɒɡə)
 
n
1.  another word for lumberjack
2.  a tractor or crane for handling logs

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logger
1734, from log (n.).
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Example sentences
Some wear cowboy hats and boast about their ability to consume beer equal to
  that of any logger.
It may be romantic to make a living as a fisherman, logger or aircraft pilot.
We set up a lot of field experiments while out there, including a water logger
  that measured lake water level changes.
One end was a regular logger's camp, for the boarders, with the usual fir floor
  and log benches.
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