lodge

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1 lodge /ˈlɑːʤ/ verb
lodges; lodged; lodging
1 lodge
/ˈlɑːʤ/
verb
lodges; lodged; lodging
Learner's definition of LODGE
[+ object] : to provide (someone) with a place to stay for a short period of time
[no object] : to stay at a place for a short period of time often + with
: to become stuck or fixed in a specified place or position
[no object]
[+ object]
often used as (be) lodged
often used figuratively
[+ object] : to present (something, such as a complaint) to someone so that it can be considered, dealt with, etc. : file often + against
[+ object] chiefly British : to place (something, such as money) in something or with someone so that it can be kept safe
2 lodge /ˈlɑːʤ/ noun
plural lodges
2 lodge
/ˈlɑːʤ/
noun
plural lodges
Learner's definition of LODGE
[count]
: a house or hotel in the country or mountains for people who are doing some outdoor activity
: the place where a beaver lives
: a local group that is part of a larger organization
: a meeting place for the members of such a group
chiefly British : a small house used by a person who works on an estate
British : a shelter or room for the use of a worker (such as a gatekeeper, doorkeeper, or janitor) at a college
British : the official residence of the head of a college that is part of a British university and especially Cambridge University
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