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lodge

美 [lɑdʒ]
英 [lɒdʒ]
  • n.传达室;(供参加户外运动者暂住的)乡间小屋;门房;管理员室
  • v.(向公共机构或当局)正式提出(声明等);借宿;租住
  • 网络住宿;投宿;小旅馆
复数:lodges  现在分词:lodging  过去式:lodged  
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n.
1.
[c]
(供参加户外运动者暂住的)乡间小屋,小舍a small house in the country where people stay when they want to take part in some types of outdoor sport
a hunting lodge
供打猎者居住的小屋
2.
[c]
(公园或宅第的)门口小屋,门房a small house at the gates of a park or in the land belonging to a large house
3.
[c]
管理员室;传达室a room at the main entrance to a building for the person whose job is to see who enters and leaves the building
All visitors should report to the porter's lodge.
所有来访者都应先到传达室通报。
4.
[cspv]
(共济会等会社的)地方分会,集会处the members of a branch of a society such as the Freemasons; the building where they meet
a masonic lodge
共济会的地方分会
5.
[c]
(河狸或水獭的)穴,窝the home of a beaver or an otter
6.
[c]
(美洲土著人的)帐篷,原木住宅a Native American's tent or home built of logs
v.
1.
[t]
~ sth (with sb) (against sb/sth)
(向公共机构或当局)正式提出(声明等)to make a formal statement about sth to a public organization or authority
They lodged a compensation claim against the factory.
他们向工厂提出了赔偿要求。
Portugal has lodged a complaint with the International Court of Justice.
葡萄牙向国际法院提出了申诉。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(付款)寄住,借宿;租住to pay to live in a room in sb's house
He lodged with Mrs Brown when he arrived in the city.
他初到这座城市时租住在布朗太太的家里。
3.
[t]
~ sb (+ adv./prep.)
为(某人)提供住宿to provide sb with a place to sleep or live
The refugees are being lodged at an old army base.
难民被安置在一座旧的军事基地里住宿。
4.
[i][t]
(被)固定,卡住to become fixed or stuck somewhere; to make sth become fixed or stuck somewhere
One of the bullets lodged in his chest.
有一颗子弹嵌在了他的胸部。
She lodged the number firmly in her mind.
她把号码牢牢记在心中。
5.
[t]
~ sth with sb/in sth
存放,寄存(钱或贵重物品)to leave money or sth valuable in a safe place
Your will should be lodged with your lawyer.
你的遗嘱应该交律师保管。

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