lodgement
noun see lodgment

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • lodgement — UK US /ˈlɒdʒmənt/ noun [C or U] UK ► GOVERNMENT the act of giving information to an official organization so that it can be recorded or dealt with: »Taxpayers are increasingly using the Tax Office s online lodgement system …   Financial and business terms

  • Lodgement — Lodge ment, n. See {Lodgment}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lodgement — 1590s, from Fr. logement (14c.) accommodation, lodgings, from O.Fr. logier (see LODGE (Cf. lodge) (v.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Lodgement — For other uses, see Lodgement (disambiguation). A lodgement is an enclave taken by and defended by force of arms against determined opposition made by increasing the size of a bridgehead, beachhead or airhead[1] into a substantial defended area,… …   Wikipedia

  • lodgement — Lodgment Lodg ment, n. [Written also {lodgement}.] [Cf. F. logement. See {Lodge}, v.] 1. The act of lodging, or the state of being lodged. [1913 Webster] Any particle which is of size enough to make a lodgment afterwards in the small arteries.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lodgement — lodge·ment (lŏjʹmənt) n. Variant of lodgment. * * * …   Universalium

  • lodgement — lodge·ment || lÉ‘dÊ’mÉ™nt / lÉ’dÊ’ n. act of staying in a place overnight; act of being lodged; deposit, something entrusted; position built on conquered enemy land; place for lodging, inn …   English contemporary dictionary

  • lodgement — noun 1》 chiefly literary a place in which a person or thing is lodged. 2》 the action of depositing or lodging something …   English new terms dictionary

  • lodgement — n. 1. Accumulation, collection. 2. Repository, room, lodging place …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • lodgement — lodge·ment …   English syllables

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