lodge

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
lodge

Plural
lodges

  1. a building in an outdoorsy setting, where people can rent a room
    "We stayed in Hodge's Lodge during our hunting trip."
  2. a place where a hired servant, like a butler or gardener, lives separately from the main house
  3. a hotel or inn
  4. the place where a beaver lives

Verb[change]

Plain form
lodge

Third-person singular
lodges

Past tense
lodged

Past participle
lodged

Present participle
lodging

  1. be stuck and hardly able to move
    "That stick is lodged between those two boulders, and I can't get it out."
  2. provide one's own residence for housing
  3. place something somewhere