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Definition of “lodger” - Learner’s Dictionary

lodger

noun [C]   /ˈlɒdʒər/ UK ( US boarder)
someone who pays for a place to sleep and meals in someone else's housePeople who live or settle somewhere
Translations of “lodger”
in Korean 하숙인…
in Arabic مُقيم…
in Portuguese locatário, -a, inquilino…
in Catalan hoste, -essa…
in Japanese 間借り人…
in Italian pensionante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寄宿者,房客…
in Russian жилец, постоялец…
in Turkish pansiyoner…
in Chinese (Simplified) 寄宿者,房客…
in Polish lokator/ka…
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