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lodge British & World English

A small house at the gates of a park or in the grounds of a large house, occupied by a gatekeeper, gardener, or other employee

Lodge, David British & World English

(B.1935), English novelist and academic; full name David John Lodge. Honorary professor of Modern English Literature at the University of Birmingham since 1976, he often satirizes academia and literary criticism in his novels, which include Changing Places (1975) and Small World (1984)

Lodge, Henry Cabot1 British & World English

(1850–1924), US politician and writer. He was a member of the US House of Representatives 1887–93 and the US Senate 1893–1924 as a Republican from Massachusetts. He opposed accepting the peace treaty that ended World War I and that was linked to the US entry into the League of Nations. He was the grandfather of Henry Cabot Lodge (1902–85)

Lodge, Henry Cabot2 British & World English

(1902–85), US politician and diplomat; US representative to the United Nations 1953–60. He was a Republican vice presidential candidate in 1960 and served as ambassador to South Vietnam 1963–64, 1965–67. The grandson of Henry Cabot Lodge (1850–1924), he was also a US senator from Massachusets 1937–44, 1947–53

Lodge, Sir Oliver British & World English

(1851–1940), English physicist; full name Sir Oliver Joseph Lodge. He made important contributions to the study of electromagnetic radiation, and was a pioneer of radio-telegraphy

sweat lodge British & World English

A hut, typically dome-shaped, used by North American Indians for ritual steam baths as a means of purification

Orange Lodge British & World English

another name for Orange Order.

lodge something in/with in lodge British & World English

Leave money or a valuable item in (a place) or with (someone) for safekeeping

ecolodge British & World English

A type of tourist accommodation designed to have the minimum possible impact on the natural environment in which it is situated

David John Lodge in Lodge, David British & World English

(B.1935), English novelist and academic; full name David John Lodge. Honorary professor of Modern English Literature at the University of Birmingham since 1976, he often satirizes academia and literary criticism in his novels, which include Changing Places (1975) and Small World (1984)

Sir Oliver Joseph Lodge in Lodge, Sir Oliver British & World English

(1851–1940), English physicist; full name Sir Oliver Joseph Lodge. He made important contributions to the study of electromagnetic radiation, and was a pioneer of radio-telegraphy

lodge English Thesaurus

the porter's lodge

porter's lodge English-Spanish

conserjería f, garita

shooting lodge English-Spanish

→ shooting box

to lodge sth with sb English-Spanish

depositar algo en manos de algn

to lodge a complaint in complaint English-Spanish

presentar una queja, hacer* una reclamación

to register/lodge a protest in protest English-Spanish

dejar constancia de/presentar una protesta

to lodge an appeal against a decision/sentence in appeal English-Spanish

interponer* un recurso de apelación en contra de una decisión/sentencia


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