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lounge
American English: /laʊndʒ/
British English: /laʊn(d)ʒ/

Translation of lounge in Spanish:

noun

  • (on ship, in hotel)
    (in house) (British English)
    sala (feminine) (de estar)
    living (masculine) (Latin America)
    salón (masculine) (esp (Spain) )
    TV lounge
    sala or salón de la televisión
    Example sentences
    • A few months ago, I was relaxing in the coffee lounge of a large hotel after an anniversary dinner with my wife.
    • Two girls worked in the library, one in the club office, and the rest were spread out in the preparation room and the club lounge, where there was an icecream counter.
    • Discussions are still taking place as to whether the new meeting room will be a bookable room or a lounge exclusively for campus clubs.
    Example sentences
    • The house has a lounge / family room, kitchen cum dining room, sitting room, four bedrooms, a utility room and a bathroom.
    • Firemen say it may have been started by candles which were left burning in the lounge of the semi-detached house.
    • Police are treating as suspicious a blaze which wrecked the lounge of a house in Bedford.

intransitive verb

  • 1 (laze) to lounge around o about
    no hacer nada
    holgazanear
    I spent the weekend lounging around
    me pasé el fin de semana sin hacer nada or holgazaneando
    Example sentences
    • It's been a day for idleness, for loafing about, for lounging, dozing, snacking and dozing some more.
    • Sitting at a settee, Geneva lounged on it luxuriously while Margaret found the letter.
    • The gas logs blazed as I lounged in my recliner and watched television with the beeper on the table.
  • 2 (loll) he lounged in his chair
    estaba repanti(n)gado or ( (Latin America) tb) repatingado en su sillón
    they were lounging against the bar
    estaban apoyados en la barra

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