Meaning of LODGE in English

LODGE

I. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a bullet is lodged in sb's chest/brain etc (= is stuck in that part of the body )

Surgeons are trying to remove a bullet lodged in his neck.

file/lodge a complaint formal (= make a complaint )

She filed a complaint against several of her colleagues.

lodge an objection (= formally make an objection )

Residents have lodged an objection to the new development.

lodge/file/bring an appeal (= make an appeal )

Mr Sarhadi, who has lived here for three years, has lodged an appeal against extradition.

lodging house

make/lodge a formal complaint

Mr Kelly has lodged a formal complaint against the police.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

appeal

As a precaution, the Jarrett's accountant lodged a formal appeal .

Hakkar lodged an appeal , which was turned down.

Twenty years later he decided to lodge an Entitlement Appeal against the decision, and nominated the Association to represent him.

The Wimbledon midfield player officially lodged an appeal with the Football Association against his £20,000 fine and six-month suspended ban.

Mr Fitzgerald immediately lodged an appeal .

In other cases it means the period during which an appeal can be lodged .

Ceausescu's lawyers immediately lodged an appeal against the verdict.

application

Go and see the plans for any new development if they have been lodged as a formal application .

The partners in the development have started a public consultation process ahead of lodging the planning application .

Ocean has lodged planning applications for a waste-to-energy facility in south London and a toxic waste incinerator near Middlesbrough.

Such a ban would make the government liable to massive compensation to the 20,000 speculators who have already lodged planning applications .

If two people are struck by the same brainwave, it will belong to the one who lodges a patent application first.

board

In 1989 the board and lodging allowance varied from £140 to £230 a week depending upon the category of resident.

claim

Nurses lodge 10 Nurses are on a collision course with the Government after lodging a claim for a ten percent pay rise.

Guppy and Marsh, having lodged their bogus insurance claim , flew back to New York on Concorde.

Pamela Baptiste, a former consular officer at the high commission in St Lucia, has lodged a claim of unfair dismissal.

He points out that customers must first complain to the Tessa provider before lodging a claim with the ombudsman.

Stoke have lodged a counter claim , alleging failure to repay loans.

complaint

But her family have now lodged a formal complaint with the Police Complaints Authority which is to investigate.

Keenan certainly bided his time before coming forward to lodge his complaints .

If Sidacai cared to lodge a formal complaint , the jailers would suffer punishment. probably he would not complain.

She agrees to go the city council and lodge a complaint .

A NORTH-EAST woman has lodged a complaint after an ambulance took almost an hour to arrive at an accident.

They've lodged an official complaint against the police, who they say were treating the case as suicide.

The couple have lodged an official complaint against Gloucestershire police.

When the public prosecutor appealed against that ruling, Pasko lodged a complaint in an attempt to clear his name.

food

These travellers normally require food , lodging , hospitality and service of a good standard.

Thirty-five dollars per day per person includes all his services as well as food , lodging and trekking permits.

This Sunday everyone is worried because the Pastor has just given Mrs Cigans a bill for food and lodging .

She turned into an expert at coaxing food and lodging invitations out of perfect strangers.

house

The second might be found in greater numbers among the inhabitants of lodging houses in great cities.

There was a small hotel, or lodging house .

Back once more, Vincent moved to another village, Cuesmes, where he lodged in a house divided in two.

As a punitive measure, the mayor closed black lodging houses and hotels at public insistence.

His vision included slum brigades, lodging houses , eating houses, legal aid and the first labour exchange.

The Abbey's property consisted largely of lodging houses in Crown Street, interspersed with public houses, stables and workshops.

These might include some bed and breakfast hotels, lodging houses or certain types of hostel.

objection

The change of heart followed an outcry by the public who lodged objections to the scheme.

No objections have been received and the period for lodging objections has now elapsed.

Opponents to the opt-out now have a chance to lodge objections to the Education Secretary.

protest

This prompted the Foreign Ministry in Bonn to lodge a protest with the Czechoslovak ambassador.

When Mansell then returned to the Williams garage and asked the team to lodge a protest , his request was refused.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

His wife and kids were forced to lodge with friends until they found a place of their own.

Kim lodged with a local family the summer she studied in Paris.

Mrs Gould and her niece are lodging in the Rising Sun.

This building was used to lodge prisoners of war.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A mood of pessimism had lodged in him.

A raisin lodged unattractively between Heather's front teeth but I chose not to tell her about it.

Go and see the plans for any new development if they have been lodged as a formal application.

Nurses lodge 10 Nurses are on a collision course with the Government after lodging a claim for a ten percent pay rise.

Opponents to the opt-out now have a chance to lodge objections to the Education Secretary.

Protests were lodged by Tyrrell, Fittipaldi's Copersucar team and, most urgently, by Ferrari.

II. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

hunting

Tradition claims that King John used it as hunting lodge .

For example, Miss Cunnington cites a small house at Pamphill, Dorset, which may have once been a fourteenth-century hunting lodge .

Bedrooms are tastefully furnished and combine all modern comforts and facilities with the gracious style of a Tyrolean hunting lodge .

Alternatively, join us for an optional excursion to Vienna Woods, including a trip to the hunting lodge at Mayerling.

masonic

They blended in like Dolly Parton in a Masonic lodge .

Friends from the masonic lodge whose Master he had been.

■ NOUN

house

A large iron gateway sagged permanently open, beside a lodge house and a cattle grid.

A small lodge house that used to be some sort of appendage of Burnage Court is currently for sale through Hamptons.

sweat

Apaches from four reservations constructed several structures: a ramada, a sweat lodge and a wickiup covered with bunched yucca strips.

■ VERB

build

The Guinness family, the last owners of the estate, had also built a fanciful fishing lodge beside the castle.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a Masonic lodge

a ski lodge

Lake Star Lodge has rooms for a reasonable price.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Apaches from four reservations constructed several structures: a ramada, a sweat lodge and a wickiup covered with bunched yucca strips.

For the isolated detached property, situated in a few acres of land, is a cemetery lodge .

He made everything you see, the Tuthanach, the lodge ... the totems.

She brushed by him and dashed up the stairs of the lodge .

The lodge itself, he said, was nothing fancy.

There was a bell-pull connected up to a small porter's lodge inside.

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