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(lodges, lodging, lodged)
1.
A lodge is a house or hut in the country or in the mountains where people stay on holiday, especially when they want to shoot or fish.
...a Victorian hunting lodge.
...a ski lodge.
N-COUNT: usu supp N
2.
A lodge is a small house at the entrance to the grounds of a large house.
I drove out of the gates, past the keeper's lodge.
N-COUNT
3.
In some organizations, a lodge is a local branch or meeting place of the organization.
My father would occasionally go to his Masonic lodge.
N-COUNT: usu supp N
4.
If you lodge a complaint, protest, accusation, or claim, you officially make it.
He has four weeks in which to lodge an appeal.
= make
VERB: V n
5.
If you lodge somewhere, such as in someone else's house or if you are lodged there, you live there, usually paying rent.
...the story of the farming family she lodged with as a young teacher...
The building he was lodged in turned out to be a church.
VERB: V prep/adv, be V-ed prep/adv
6.
If someone lodges you somewhere, they give you a place to stay, for example because they are responsible for your safety or comfort.
They lodged the delegates in different hotels.
VERB: V n prep/adv
7.
If an object lodges somewhere, it becomes stuck there.
The bullet lodged in the sergeant's leg, shattering his thigh bone...
His car has a bullet lodged in the passenger door.
VERB: V prep/adv, V-ed
8.
see also lodging


Словари, в которых найден искомый текст:
 Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary 4th edition (1)
 Concise Oxford English Dictionary, 11th edition (4)
 The Bbi Combinatory Dictionary of English (1)
 US Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary (1)


Примеры употребления слова "Lodge" в англоязычной прессе:

1.   It has also asked the Interior Ministry to ensure that migrants who lodge asylum applications are not detained until the outcome of appeals, which can take months. (Kathimerin, 2008-06-26)

2.   But he is preparing the ground so that the pace of negotiations can pick up once a new government is voted in. Skopje said yesterday that it will lodge a complaint against Athens after a Macedonian Air Transport plane was allegedly refused permission to fly over Greece while on its way to Egypt on Monday. (Kathimerin, 2008-04-30)

3.   Ombudsman Giorgos Moschos stressed the importance of the teacher’s role in bolstering children emotionally but said support from psychologists and social workers at the regional level would provide a much-needed boost. “It is very difficult for a child to lodge a complaint. (Kathimerin, 2006-01-27)

4.   One example given in the report made mention of a woman who had requested the name of a public servant so that she could lodge a complaint against him. After the man refused to do so, the woman asked for the person’s name from his colleagues and supervisor but they all refused to answer her. (Kathimerin, 2007-03-29)

5.   The teachers also plan to lodge an appeal against the bill with the Council of State, Greece’s highest administrative court. (Kathimerin, 2007-03-06)

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