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N-COUNT （乡间或山里的）度假屋，小舍（尤用于狩猎或钓鱼时暂住） A lodge is a house or hut in the country or in the mountains where people stay on holiday, especially when they want to shoot or fish.
...a Victorian hunting lodge.
...a ski lodge.
N-COUNT （宅第大门口的）小屋，门房 A lodge is a small house at the entrance to the grounds of a large house.
I drove out of the gates, past the keeper's lodge.
N-COUNT 地方分会；地方分部；分会集会处 In some organizations, a lodge is a local branch or meeting place of the organization.
My father would occasionally go to his Masonic lodge.
VERB （正式）提出（投诉、抗议、指控、索赔等） If you lodge a complaint, protest, accusation, or claim, you officially make it.
He has four weeks in which to lodge an appeal.
VERB 寄宿；租住 If you lodge somewhere, such as in someone else's house or if you are lodged there, you live there, usually paying rent.
...the story of the farming family she lodged with as a young teacher...
The building he was lodged in turned out to be a church.
VERB 收容；安置；安顿 If someone lodges you somewhere, they give you a place to stay, for example because they are responsible for your safety or comfort.
They took me into custody, questioned me, then lodged me in a children's home...
They lodged the delegates in different hotels.
VERB 卡住；搁住；嵌入 If an object lodges somewhere, it becomes stuck there.
The bullet lodged in the sergeant's leg, shattering his thigh bone...
His car has a bullet lodged in the passenger door.
VERB 铭记；留存 If a fact or feeling lodges in your mind or is lodged there, you remember it for a long time.
It just lodged in my mind as a very sentimental song...
If you've got something to say it's got to be lodged in their brains at the end...