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lodge

 (lŏj)
n.
1.
a. An often rustic building used as a temporary abode or shelter: a ski lodge.
b. A small house on the grounds of an estate or a park, used by a caretaker or gatekeeper.
c. An inn.
2.
a. Any of various Native American dwellings, such as a hogan, wigwam, or longhouse.
b. The group living in such a dwelling.
3.
a. A local chapter of certain fraternal organizations.
b. The meeting hall of such a chapter.
c. The members of such a chapter.
4. The den of certain animals, such as the dome-shaped structure built by beavers.
v. lodged, lodg·ing, lodg·es
v.tr.
1.
a. To provide with temporary quarters, especially for sleeping: lodges travelers in the shed.
b. To rent a room to.
c. To place or establish in quarters: lodged the children with relatives after the fire.
2. To serve as a depository for; contain: This cellar lodges our oldest wines.
3. To place, leave, or deposit, as for safety: documents lodged with a trusted associate.
4. To fix, force, or implant: lodge a bullet in a wall.
5. To register (a charge or complaint, for example) before an authority, such as a court; file.
6. To vest (authority, for example).
7. To beat (crops) down flat: rye lodged by the cyclone.
v.intr.
1.
a. To live in a place temporarily.
b. To rent accommodations, especially for sleeping.
2. To be or become embedded: The ball lodged in the fence.

[Middle English, from Old French loge, of Germanic origin.]

lodge

(lɒdʒ)
n
1. (Architecture) chiefly Brit a small house at the entrance to the grounds of a country mansion, usually occupied by a gatekeeper or gardener
2. (Architecture) a house or cabin used occasionally, as for some seasonal activity
3. (Architecture) US and Canadian a central building in a resort, camp, or park
4. (Architecture) (capital when part of a name) a large house or hotel
5. a room for the use of porters in a university, college, etc
6. a local branch or chapter of certain societies
7. the building used as the meeting place of such a society
8. (Zoology) the dwelling place of certain animals, esp the dome-shaped den constructed by beavers
9. (Architecture) a hut or tent of certain North American Indian peoples
10. (at Cambridge University) the residence of the head of a college
vb
11. to provide or be provided with accommodation or shelter, esp rented accommodation
12. (intr) to live temporarily, esp in rented accommodation
13. to implant, embed, or fix or be implanted, embedded, or fixed
14. (tr) to deposit or leave for safety, storage, etc
15. (tr) to bring (a charge or accusation) against someone
16. (tr; often foll by in or with) to place (authority, power, etc) in the control (of someone)
17. archaic (often foll by: in) to exist or be present (in)
18. (Agriculture) (tr) (of wind, rain, etc) to beat down (crops)
[C15: from Old French loge, perhaps from Old High German louba porch]
ˈlodgeable adj

Lodge

(lɒdʒ)
n
1. (Biography) David (John). born 1935, British novelist and critic. His books include Changing Places (1975), Small World (1984), Nice Work (1988), Therapy (1995), and Thinks... (2001)
2. (Biography) Sir Oliver (Joseph). 1851–1940, British physicist, who made important contributions to electromagnetism, radio reception, and attempted to detect the ether. He also studied allegedly psychic phenomena
3. (Biography) Thomas. ?1558–1625, English writer. His romance Rosalynde (1590) supplied the plot for Shakespeare's As You Like It

Lodge

(lɒdʒ)
n
1. (Placename) the Lodge the official Canberra residence of the Australian Prime Minister
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the Lodge the official Canberra residence of the Australian Prime Minister

lodge

(lɒdʒ)

n., v. lodged, lodg•ing. n.
1. a makeshift or rough shelter or habitation; cabin or hut.
2. a house used as a temporary residence, as in the hunting season.
3. a house or cottage, as in a park or on an estate, occupied by a gatekeeper, caretaker, gardener, or other employee.
4. a resort hotel, motel, or inn.
5. the main building of a camp, resort hotel, or the like.
6. the meeting place of a branch of certain fraternal organizations.
7. the members composing the branch.
8. any of various North American Indian dwellings, as a wigwam or long house.
9. the people who live in such a dwelling or a family or unit of North American Indians.
10. the den of an animal or group of animals, esp. beavers.
v.i.
11. to have a habitation or quarters, esp. temporarily, as in a hotel, motel, or inn: We lodged in a guest house.
12. to live in rented quarters in another's house.
13. to be fixed, implanted, or caught in a place or position; come to rest; stick: The bullet lodged in the wall.
v.t.
14. to furnish with a habitation or quarters, esp. temporarily; accommodate.
15. to furnish with a room or rooms in one's house for payment; have as a lodger.
16. to serve as a residence, shelter, or dwelling for; shelter.
17. to put, store, or deposit for storage or keeping; stow.
18. to bring or send into a particular place or position.
19. to house or contain.
20. to vest (power, authority, etc.).
21. to put or bring (information, a complaint, etc.) before a court or other authority.
22. to beat down or lay flat, as vegetation in a storm.
23. to track (a deer) to its lair.
[1175–1225; Middle English logge < Old French loge < Frankish *laubja]

Lodge

(lɒdʒ)

n.
1. Henry Cabot, 1850–1924, U.S. senator 1893–1924.
2. his grandson, Henry Cabot, Jr., 1902–85, U.S. statesman.

lodge

- First was a temporary dwelling, as a hut or tent.
See also related terms for temporary.

Lodge

 Examples: lodge of beavers, 1744; of islands, 1720; of masons, 1686; of otters.

lodge


Past participle: lodged
Gerund: lodging

Imperative
lodge
lodge
Present
I lodge
you lodge
he/she/it lodges
we lodge
you lodge
they lodge
Preterite
I lodged
you lodged
he/she/it lodged
we lodged
you lodged
they lodged
Present Continuous
I am lodging
you are lodging
he/she/it is lodging
we are lodging
you are lodging
they are lodging
Present Perfect
I have lodged
you have lodged
he/she/it has lodged
we have lodged
you have lodged
they have lodged
Past Continuous
I was lodging
you were lodging
he/she/it was lodging
we were lodging
you were lodging
they were lodging
Past Perfect
I had lodged
you had lodged
he/she/it had lodged
we had lodged
you had lodged
they had lodged
Future
I will lodge
you will lodge
he/she/it will lodge
we will lodge
you will lodge
they will lodge
Future Perfect
I will have lodged
you will have lodged
he/she/it will have lodged
we will have lodged
you will have lodged
they will have lodged
Future Continuous
I will be lodging
you will be lodging
he/she/it will be lodging
we will be lodging
you will be lodging
they will be lodging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been lodging
you have been lodging
he/she/it has been lodging
we have been lodging
you have been lodging
they have been lodging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been lodging
you will have been lodging
he/she/it will have been lodging
we will have been lodging
you will have been lodging
they will have been lodging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been lodging
you had been lodging
he/she/it had been lodging
we had been lodging
you had been lodging
they had been lodging
Conditional
I would lodge
you would lodge
he/she/it would lodge
we would lodge
you would lodge
they would lodge
Past Conditional
I would have lodged
you would have lodged
he/she/it would have lodged
we would have lodged
you would have lodged
they would have lodged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lodge - English physicist who studied electromagnetic radiation and was a pioneer of radiotelegraphy (1851-1940)Lodge - English physicist who studied electromagnetic radiation and was a pioneer of radiotelegraphy (1851-1940)
2.lodge - a formal association of people with similar interestslodge - a formal association of people with similar interests; "he joined a golf club"; "they formed a small lunch society"; "men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today"
association - a formal organization of people or groups of people; "he joined the Modern Language Association"
athenaeum, atheneum - a literary or scientific association for the promotion of learning
bookclub - a club that people join in order to buy selected books at reduced prices
chapter - a local branch of some fraternity or association; "he joined the Atlanta chapter"
chess club - a club of people to play chess
country club - a suburban club for recreation and socializing
frat, fraternity - a social club for male undergraduates
glee club - a club organized to sing together
golf club - a club of people to play golf
hunt club, hunt - an association of huntsmen who hunt for sport
investors club - a club of small investors who buy and sell securities jointly
jockey club - a club to promote and regulate horse racing
racket club - club for players of racket sports
rowing club - a club for rowers
slate club - a group of people who save money in a common fund for a specific purpose (usually distributed at Christmas)
sorority - a social club for female undergraduates
turnverein - a club of tumblers or gymnasts
boat club, yacht club - club that promotes and supports yachting and boating
service club - a club of professional or business people organized for their coordination and active in public services
club member - someone who is a member of a club
3.lodge - small house at the entrance to the grounds of a country mansion; usually occupied by a gatekeeper or gardener
gatehouse - a house built at a gateway; usually the gatekeeper's residence
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
4.lodge - a small (rustic) house used as a temporary shelterlodge - a small (rustic) house used as a temporary shelter
house - a dwelling that serves as living quarters for one or more families; "he has a house on Cape Cod"; "she felt she had to get out of the house"
5.lodge - any of various Native American dwellingslodge - any of various Native American dwellings
dwelling, dwelling house, habitation, home, abode, domicile - housing that someone is living in; "he built a modest dwelling near the pond"; "they raise money to provide homes for the homeless"
hogan - a Navajo lodge covered with earth; traditionally built with the entrance facing east
teepee, tepee, tipi - a Native American tent; usually of conical shape
wickiup, wikiup - a lodge consisting of a frame covered with matting or brush; used by nomadic American Indians in the southwestern United States
wigwam - a Native American lodge frequently having an oval shape and covered with bark or hides
6.lodge - a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelerslodge - a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
caravan inn, caravansary, caravanserai, khan - an inn in some eastern countries with a large courtyard that provides accommodation for caravans
hotel - a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
imaret - a hostel for pilgrims in Turkey
post house, posthouse - an inn for exchanging post horses and accommodating riders
roadhouse - an inn (usually outside city limits on a main road) providing meals and liquor and dancing and (sometimes) gambling
Verb1.lodge - be a lodger; stay temporarily; "Where are you lodging in Paris?"
inhabit, live, populate, dwell - inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of; "People lived in Africa millions of years ago"; "The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"; "this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"; "deer are populating the woods"
sleep over, stay over - stay overnight; "The boy's friends were allowed to sleep over after the birthday party"
2.lodge - put, fix, force, or implant; "lodge a bullet in the table"; "stick your thumb in the crack"
fasten, fix, secure - cause to be firmly attached; "fasten the lock onto the door"; "she fixed her gaze on the man"
redeposit - deposit anew; "The water had redeposited minerals on the rocks"
dislodge, free - remove or force out from a position; "The dentist dislodged the piece of food that had been stuck under my gums"; "He finally could free the legs of the earthquake victim who was buried in the rubble"
3.lodge - file a formal charge against; "The suspect was charged with murdering his wife"
accuse, criminate, incriminate, impeach - bring an accusation against; level a charge against; "The neighbors accused the man of spousal abuse"
impeach - charge (a public official) with an offense or misdemeanor committed while in office; "The President was impeached"
4.lodge - provide housing forlodge - provide housing for; "We are lodging three foreign students this semester"
domiciliate, house, put up - provide housing for; "The immigrants were housed in a new development outside the town"
barrack - lodge in barracks
keep - supply with room and board; "He is keeping three women in the guest cottage"; "keep boarders"
billet, canton, quarter - provide housing for (military personnel)
lodge in, occupy, reside - live (in a certain place); "She resides in Princeton"; "he occupies two rooms on the top floor"

lodge

noun
2. society, group, club, association, section, wing, chapter, branch, assemblage My father would occasionally go to his Masonic lodge.
verb
1. register, put, place, set, lay, enter, file, deposit, submit, put on record He has four weeks in which to lodge an appeal.
2. stay, room, stop, board, reside, sojourn She lodged with a farming family.
3. accommodate, house, shelter, put up, entertain, harbour, quarter, billet They questioned me, then lodged me in a children's home.
4. stick, remain, catch, implant, come to rest, become fixed, imbed The bullet lodged in the sergeant's leg.

lodge

verb
1. To provide with often temporary lodging:
2. To remain as a guest or lodger:
3. To become or cause to become stuck or lodged:
4. To implant so deeply as to make change nearly impossible:
Translations
مأوى، بَيْت صَغير عند مَدخَل ضَيْعَهيَسْتَقِر، يَثْبُتيَسْكُن عِند شَخصٍ آخر بالأجْرَهيُقَدِّمُ شَكْوى أو احْتِجاجا
být v podnájmudomekpodatpředložituložit
boindgivelogereportnerboligvagtrum
alivuokralainenasuajuuttuakekolaota
benyújtelszállásollakbért fizetletarolletétbe helyez
dvelja, búa, leigjafestaleggja fram mómæli/beiîniskáli, kofivistarverur húsvarîar
laikinai pas ką gyventinuomojamas kambarysnuomoti kambarįpatalpa
iestrēgtieurbtiesīrēt istabuizvirzītmājiņa
bývať v podnájmedomčekvrátnica
stanovati
başvuruda bulunmakdağ/kır evikapıcı odasıkirada oturmakpansiyoner olarak kalmak

lodge

[lɒdʒ]
A. N (at gate of park) → casa f del guarda; [of porter] → portería f (Freemasonry) → logia f; (= hunting lodge) → pabellón m de caza (Univ) (master's) → rectoría f
B. VT [+ person] → alojar, hospedar; [+ object] → colocar, meter; [+ complaint] → presentar; [+ statement] → prestar (Jur) [+ appeal] → interponer
to lodge sth with sbdejar algo en manos de algn, entregar algo a algn
the bullet is lodged in the lungla bala se ha alojado en el pulmón
C. VI (= reside) → alojarse, hospedarse (with con, en casa de) [object] (= get stuck) → alojarse, meterse
where do you lodge?¿dónde estás alojado?
the bullet lodged in the lungla bala se alojó en el pulmón
a bomb lodged in the engine roomuna bomba se penetró en la sala de máquinas

lodge

[ˈlɒdʒ]
n (= small house) → pavillon m (du gardien) shooting lodge
(FREEMASONRY)loge f
vi
[person] to lodge with → être logé(e) chez
(= stick) → se loger
to lodge between → se loger entre
vt
[+ claim, protest] → déposer
to lodge an appeal → interjeter appel
to lodge an accusation → porter une accusation
to lodge a complaint → déposer plainte, déposer une plainte

lodge

n (in grounds) → Pförtnerhaus nt; (of American Indian)Wigwam m; (= shooting lodge, skiing lodge etc)Hütte f; (= porter’s lodge)Pförtnerloge f; (Sch, Univ) → Pedellzimmer nt; (= masonic lodge)Loge f; (of beaver)Bau m
vt
(Brit) personunterbringen
(→ bei) complainteinlegen; protesterheben; claimgeltend machen; charge, petition, applicationeinreichen; to lodge an appealEinspruch erheben; (Jur) → Berufung einlegen
(= insert) spearstoßen; to be lodged(fest)stecken
jewellery, moneydeponieren, hinterlegen
vi
(Brit: = live) → (zur or in Untermiete) wohnen (with sb, at sb’s bei jdm); (at boarding house) → wohnen (→ in in +dat)
(object, bullet)stecken bleiben; to lodge in somebody’s mindjdm in Erinnerung bleiben

lodge

[lɒdʒ]
1. n (house) → casetta del guardiano; (porter's lodge) → portineria, guardiola; (Freemasonry) → loggia
2. vt (person, give lodging) → dare alloggio a; (find lodging) → trovare alloggio per; (money) → depositare; (complaint, appeal) → fare, presentare; (statement) → rilasciare
to lodge an appeal (Law) → ricorrere in corte d'appello
3. vi
a. (person) to lodge (with) (landlady) → essere a pensione (presso or da); (friends) → alloggiare (con)
b. (bullet) → conficcarsi
to lodge (itself) in/between → piantarsi dentro/fra

lodge

(lodʒ) noun
1. a small house, especially one at a gate to the grounds of a large house.
2. a room at a college gate etc for an attendant. the porter's lodge.
verb
1. to live in rooms for which one pays, in someone else's house. He lodges with the Smiths.
2. to make or become fixed. The bullet was lodged in his spine.
3. to make (an objection, an appeal etc) formally or officially.
ˈlodger noun
a person who lives in a room or rooms, for which he pays, in someone else's house. She rented a room to a lodger.
ˈlodging
1. (often in plural) a room or rooms hired in someone else's house. She lives in lodgings.
2. a place to stay. He paid the landlady for board and lodging.

lodge

vi alojarse; The bullet lodged near the aorta..La bala se alojó cerca de la aorta.
References in classic literature ?
Pontellier's indifference so apparent, that the disturbing notion did not lodge long in her brain.
Ask yourself, Heyward, can daughters forget the anxiety a father must endure, whose children lodge he knows not where or how, in such a wilderness, and in the midst of so many perils?
In short, I make pictures out of sunshine; and, not to be too much dazzled with my own trade, I have prevailed with Miss Hepzibah to let me lodge in one of these dusky gables.
With anxious grapnels I had sounded my pocket, and only brought up a few pieces of silver, --So, wherever you go, Ishmael, said I to myself, as I stood in the middle of a dreary street shouldering my bag, and comparing the gloom towards the north with the darkness towards the south --wherever in your wisdom you may conclude to lodge for the night, my dear Ishmael, be sure to inquire the price, and don't be too particular.
It was entered by a large iron gate, at which stood the first lodge, and then you trotted along on a smooth road between clumps of large old trees; then another lodge and another gate, which brought you to the house and the gardens.
This would give me a chance to eat and lodge with the lowliest and poorest class of free citizens on equal terms.
A dollar and a quarter a week would board, lodge, and school a boy in those old simple days -- and clothe him and wash him, too, for that matter.
From this window were visible the porter's lodge and the carriage- road, and just as I had dissolved so much of the silver-white foliage veiling the panes as left room to look out, I saw the gates thrown open and a carriage roll through.
WHILE leading the way upstairs, she recommended that I should hide the candle, and not make a noise; for her master had an odd notion about the chamber she would put me in, and never let anybody lodge there willingly.
There was just time to complete this discreet arrangement, before the stranger reached the lodge.
Lay hands on this stranger if he seeks to lodge in your village to-night, and be sure that his business is honest, Gabelle.
We looked back, and he was standing at the door of a little lodge, where he lived, with a pair of boots in his hand.