supply sb with a room or place to sleep in for a time; receive as a guest
place a statement, etc. with the proper authorities
country house or cabin for use in certain seasons
"he joined a golf club"
"they formed a small lunch society"
"men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today"
"Where are you lodging in Paris?"
"lodge a bullet in the table"
"stick your thumb in the crack"
"The suspect was charged with murdering his wife"
"We are lodging three foreign students this semester"
Quarries having their own lodges capable of supplying ready-made such simple features as doorways.
出自： H. Braun
You lodge your horses more magnificently than yourself.
The old Christopher Inn, where the..boys were lodged.
出自： M. Cox
I lodged at Mr. Smith's.
When the boy first went to university, he lodged at Tom's.
When he went to New York, he used to lodge at a friend's house.
Some of the students lodge in their college halls.
有些学生住在学院的学生宿舍里。 lodge sb in sth
She lodged them in her own home.
The shipwrecked sailors were lodged in the school.
那条失事的船上的水手被留宿在那所学校里。 lodge in sth
The bullet lodged in the wall.
A pebble lodged in his shoes.
A small chicken bone lodged in his throat, and had to be removed by a doctor.
A piece of metal has lodged in a sensitive part of the nervous system, making the man unable to move his arm.
This story had lodged in his memory.
我们去乡下寄住在我叔叔家。 lodge sth with sb/sth
She lodged a complaint against him with the authorities concerned.
The chief witness was allowed to leave the town only after lodging a sworn statement with the police.