ˈlɔdʒɪŋ сущ.
1) жилище, жилье He was given free lodging in a three-room flat. ≈ Ему разрешили бесплатно жить в трехкомнатной квартире. travel expenses including meals and lodgingsдорожные расходы, включая питание и жилье Syn : accommodation, dwelling>, abode
2) мн. сдаваемая комната David had changed his lodgings, leaving no address behind. ≈ Дэвид сменил свое жилье, не оставив нового адреса. Many of the single men found lodgings in the surrounding villages. ≈ Много одиноких мужчин находит себе жилище в близлежащих деревнях. dry lodging Syn : apartment, flat, suite (временное) жилье, помещение - * allowance, * money (военное) квартирные (деньги) - to find (a) * for the night найти приют на ночь сдаваемая комната - dry * комната пансиона - he lives in *s он снимает квартиру, он живет на квартире;
он живет в номерах (сельскохозяйственное) полегание alternative ~ альтернативное место для проживания (обычно временного) ;
кемпинги, юношеские общежития, турбазы ;
и т. д. ~ (снимаемая или сдаваемая) комната, комнаты;
dry lodging помещение, сдаваемое без питания free ~ свободное помещение lodging pres. p. от lodge ~ временное жилье ~ депонирование ~ жилище ~ помещение ~ (снимаемая или сдаваемая) комната, комнаты;
dry lodging помещение, сдаваемое без питания ~ allowance (или money) воен. квартирные деньги;
lodging turn ж.-д. ночная смена, ночное дежурство ~ of securities as cover помещение ценных бумаг как покрытие ~ of security предоставление гарантии ~ of security предоставление залога ~ of security предоставление обеспечения ~ allowance (или money) воен. квартирные деньги;
lodging turn ж.-д. ночная смена, ночное дежурство

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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