US: /ˈɫɑdʒ/
UK: /lˈɒd‍ʒ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

lodge /lɔdʤ/
  • danh từ
    • nhà nghỉ (ở nơi săn bắn)
    • túp lều (của người da đỏ)
    • nhà người giữ cửa (công viên); nhà người thường trực
    • hàng thú
    • nơi họp của hội Tam điểm; chi nhánh của hội Tam điểm
      • grand lodge: ban lânh đạo của hội Tam điểm (hay của hội cùng loại)
    • nhà hiệu trưởng (trường đại học Căm-brít)
    • ngoại động từ
      • cho ở, cho trọ, chứa trọ là nơi ở cho (ai); chứa đựng
      • gửi (ở ngân hàng...); đưa, trao
        • to lodge money in the bank: gửi tiền ở ngân hàng
        • to lodge a postest with: đưa cho một bản kháng nghị
        • to lodge power with someone: trao quyền hành cho ai
      • đệ đơn kiện
      • bắn vào, đặt vào, giáng
        • to lodge a blow on someone's jaw: giáng một quả đấm vào quai hàn ai
      • tìm ra (hang thú); tìm thấy (dấu vết của hang thú)
      • đè rạp (gió)
        • the wind lodged the yellow rice plants: gió đè rạp những cây lúa vàng
    • nội động từ
      • ở, cư trú
      • trọ, tạm trú
        • to lodge in someone's house: trọ ở nhà ai
      • nằm, ở
        • bullet lodged in arm: viên đạn nằm ở trong cánh tay

    Advanced English dictionary

    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C] a small house in the country where people stay when they want to take part in some types of outdoor sport: a hunting / shooting / ski lodge
    2 [C] a small house at the gates of a park or in the land belonging to a large house: He turned in between the lodge gates and guided the Porsche down the winding drive.
    3 [C] 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.
    4 [C+sing./pl. v.] the members of a branch of a society such as the Freemasons; the building where they meet: a masonic lodge
    5 [C] the home of a BEAVER or an OTTER
    6 [C] a Native American's tent or home built of LOGS
    + verb
    1 [VN] ~ (sth) (with sb) (against sb/sth) to make a formal statement about sth to a public organization or authority: They lodged a compensation claim against the factory. + Portugal has lodged a complaint with the International Court of Justice.
    2 [V +adv./prep.] (old-fashioned) to pay to live in a room in sb's house: He lodged with Mrs Brown when he arrived in the city.
    3 [VN] to provide sb with a place to sleep or live: The refugees are being lodged at an old army base.
    4 ~ (sth) in sth to become fixed or stuck somewhere; to make sth become fixed or stuck somewhere: [V] One of the bullets lodged in his chest. + [VN] She lodged the number firmly in her mind.
    5 [VN] ~ sth with sb / in sth to leave money or sth valuable in a safe place: Your will should be lodged with your lawyer.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 hunting-lodge, cabin, chalet, cottage, house; gatehouse, shelter, hut:
    I have a small lodge in the mountains.
    2 branch, chapter:
    He belongs to the Manchester lodge of the Masons.
    3 reside, live, dwell, abide, stay, stop, room, occupy rooms:
    For years they lodged together at 221B Baker Street.
    4 accommodate, board, put up, billet, quarter, house, take in; shelter, harbour:
    Mrs Mulrooney is lodging a student in her spare room. Her house cannot lodge more than three
    5 stick, wedge, catch, deposit, become stuck or wedged or fixed or caught or deposited, embed itself, become embedded:
    I've got an apple pip lodged in one of my back teeth.
    6 register, enter, record, submit, bring forward, set forth or out, file:
    We lodged a complaint against our neighbours because of the noise.

    Concise English dictionary

    lodges|lodged|lodginglɑdʒ /lɒd-
    +English physicist who studied electromagnetic radiation and was a pioneer of radiotelegraphy (1851-1940)
    +a formal association of people with similar interests
    +small house at the entrance to the grounds of a country mansion; usually occupied by a gatekeeper or gardener
    +a small (rustic) house used as a temporary shelter
    +any of various native American dwellings
    +a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
    +be a lodger; stay temporarily
    +fix, force, or implant
    +file a formal charge against
    +provide housing for