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Definition of “lodge” - Learner’s Dictionary

lodge

verb     /lɒdʒ/
lodge in/on, etc
to become stuck somewhere: The bullet had lodged near his heart. →  Compare dislodge Closing and blocking
lodge at/with, etc
to live in someone's home and give them money for itLiving or sleeping somewhere
lodge a claim/complaint/protest, etc
to officially complain about something: He lodged an official complaint against the officers responsible.Announcing, informing and statingActivism and pressure groups
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