log for

log (one) for (something)

dated To make a record of one's bad or immoral actions or behavior. The captain logged the crewmate for falling asleep at the tiller. The producer said he would be logging me for using the equipment out of office hours.
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log someone for something

1. to schedule someone for something. I am going to log you for sentry duty on the weekends. We will have to log Bill for service as a parking attendant.
2. to make a note in a log about someone's bad behavior. The captain logged the first mate for the navigation error. I will have to log you for that.
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Because the pattern of annual rings and the shape of the tree trunk provide unique information similar to fingerprints, the officer took a cutting from the end of each log for possible comparisons in any future thefts.