Definition of log chop in English:

log chop


  • A wood-chopping competition.

    ‘see the axemen flex their muscles in the log chop’
    as modifier ‘a log chop champion from Tasmania’
    • ‘The log chop was a lot of fun!’
    • ‘There are prizes for the best cows, the largest bulls, or the sheep with the best fleece and often, there is a log chop.’
    • ‘Some of these events related directly to work skills; for instance, woodline workers usually competed in the log chop.’
    • ‘Next challenge was the log chop, and to make it more interesting, they lit them on fire!’
    • ‘Syd was an interesting character who had cut half his foot off at a log chop competition.’