See also: Vlog

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Blend of video +‎ blog, itself a blend of web log.

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vlog (plural vlogs)

  1. (Internet) A weblog using video as its primary presentation format. [from 21st c.]
    • 2006, Stephanie Cottrell Bryant, Videoblogging for Dummies, page 83:
      When you create this kind of videoless vlog, where you don't have the video recorded on a camcorder, you have to be more conscious of the story you want to tell.

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vlog (third-person singular simple present vlogs, present participle vlogging, simple past and past participle vlogged)

  1. (Internet, intransitive) To contribute to a video weblog.
  2. (Internet, transitive) To post (something) to a video weblog.

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2005: I like to take walks when I'm having my breaks at work, and then I vlog my walks and put them online. I can just ramble on about philosophy, or whatever. — vlogger Raymond Kristiansen in Vloggers get political in Norway, by Clark Boyd, BBC online.

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Borrowed from English vlog.

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  1. a vlog

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Unadapted borrowing from English vlog.

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vlog m inan

  1. (Internet) vlog

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  • vlog in Wielki słownik języka polskiego, Instytut Języka Polskiego PAN
  • vlog in Polish dictionaries at PWN