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Which is correct word "Log in" or "Login" [duplicate]

Which word is correct Log in or Login? For an employee's daily log, to fill it's in and out timing. What word is preferable in that context?
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Is that "log on" the website or "log onto" the website? [duplicate]

Is that "log on" the website or "log onto" the website? What is a difference?
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Which is correct? log in, log on, log into, log onto [duplicate]

I've seen different questions related to the same verb, but those questions implicate an imperative form (For example when you tell somebody to log in/on) which I think may vary the condition in which ...
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"Log in" or "Log on"? [duplicate]

What is correct? He was logging on to the Bitrack database. He was logging in to the Bitrack database. Please note a password is required to log on/in to the database.
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"Sign into your account" or "Sign in to your account"? [duplicate]

Which is correct? Is it that you are signing "into" your account or "in to" your account?
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What is the difference between log in, sign in; register, sign up; log out, sign out [duplicate]

Although they are all over the Internet, but the answers are not fixed and were not asked all 4s at a time causing me to be confused. Is it accurate if I say: both login and sign in are the same as ...
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Translating from American to Canadian, when these are used as verbs, is it "log in" and "log out" or "login" and "logout"?

This is not a duplicate of questions such as“Login” or “log in”? or “log in to” or “log into” or “login to”. The reason is that this question deals specifically with converting from American English ...
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"Callback", "call-back", or "call back" [closed]

This was briefly touched on here: "What/When is the best time to call back?" but only in comments for an answer rather than the question itself. Should I use callback, call-back, or call ...
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Why is "rollback it" incorrect?

I recently wrote the following sentence: Please roll it back. But if I were to describe the action on its own I would say: This rollback was due to objections by the original author. If I want ...
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Work around an issue or workaround an issue? [duplicate]

I'm writing an essay for college admissions, and this snippet is highlighted by my auto-correct as incorrect: There are many obstacles I face while working on a project, most of which take a lot of ...
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Sign In "to" or Sign In "with" the website

I'm working on a "Forgot Password" text and don't know which one is correct: To reset your password, enter the email address you use to Sign In to (website name) or To reset your password, enter ...
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login and payoff are nouns. But can they be used as verbs?

I know that words like login and payoff are properly nouns but I increasingly notice many (not at all uneducated) people use them as verbs: Will you payoff your credit card this month? and ...
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Login vs Logon? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Logging in or on? “log in to” or “log into” or “login to” In computers, it seems like both login and logon are used. When I was taking some networking courses at the college,...
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"Sign in", "signin" or "sign-in"

Which is correct: sign in, signin or sign-in when used as a noun and also as a verb?
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Is it 'buy-in to', 'buy into', or 'buy in to' in the following sentence

"I don't understand why people <insert words here> products that have a reputation of hardware failures." What is the correct way to form this sentence?

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