lodge

lodge
lodge1 [lɔdʒ US la:dʒ] v
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1 lodge a complaint/protest/appeal etc
2¦(become stuck)¦
3¦(put somebody somewhere)¦
4¦(put something somewhere)¦
5¦(stay somewhere)¦
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1.) lodge a complaint/protest/appeal etc
BrE to make a formal or official complaint, protest etc
lodge a complaint/protest/appeal etc with
He lodged an appeal with the High Court.
lodge a complaint/protest/appeal etc against
They lodged a complaint against the doctor for negligence.
2.) ¦(BECOME STUCK)¦ [I always + adverb/preposition, T usually passive]
to become firmly stuck somewhere, or to make something become stuck
≠ ↑dislodge lodge in
The fishbone lodged in her throat.
be lodged in/between/behind etc sth
The bullet was lodged in his spine.
3.) ¦(PUT SOMEBODY SOMEWHERE)¦ [T]
to provide someone with a place to stay for a short time
a building used to lodge prisoners of war
lodge sb in/at sth
The refugees were lodged in old army barracks.
4.) ¦(PUT SOMETHING SOMEWHERE)¦ [T]
BrE formal to put something important in an official place so that it is safe
lodge sth with sb
Be sure to lodge a copy of the contract with your solicitor.
lodge sth in sth
The money was lodged in a Swiss bank account.
5.) ¦(STAY SOMEWHERE)¦ [I always + adverb/preposition]
old-fashioned to pay to live in a room in someone's house
lodge at/with etc
John lodged with a family in Bristol when he first started work.
lodge 2
lodge2 n
[Date: 1200-1300; : Old French; Origin: loge 'small building']
1.) a small house on the land of a large country house, usually at the main entrance gate
2.) a room or small building at the entrance to a college, institution etc for someone whose job is to watch who enters and leaves
the porter's lodge
3.) a house or hotel in the country or mountains where people can stay when they want to go hunting, shooting etc
4.) a local meeting place for some organizations, or the group of people who belong to one of these organizations
He was a member of a Masonic lodge.
5.) a ↑beaver's home
6.) AmE a traditional home of Native Americans, or the group of people that live in it

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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