In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1British (for gatekeeper)casa del guarda feminine
- We came suddenly to the gate of the lodge and Locksley the caretaker greeted us diffidently in his knit hat and muddy Wellingtons.
- In Castlecore, the gate lodge retains many original features and carries a price tag of £140,000.
- Mulvany could also build in a light and whimsical manner, especially when it came to gate lodges.
- In the gate lodge, there is a living room, kitchen, bedroom and shower room.
- The Westward Group, the developer, is hoping to complete the two gate lodges and a three-bedroom house in the first phase in the coming months.
- The gate lodge has another 92 square metres of space.
- As a child Mr Gawthorpe would often visit the park lodge where his uncle lived with his family, there to be plied with elderberry cordial in the summer.
- The key to the gate lodge's appeal is the individuality of each building.
- The house, the entrance lodge and garden of just over an acre comprise lot one.
- He rang at the gate and looked through its ironwork at the house until an elderly man came out of the gate lodge and opened a small wooden door in the wall.
- Landenstown Estate, a two-storey property, has four reception rooms, two gate lodges and an extensive stable complex.
- The existing protected gate lodge will be altered and renovated for residential use.
- It stood in its own park, with a lodge and a drive, partly to give privacy, partly to impress or even overawe visitors.
- The estate also contains lodges, coach houses and a walled garden.
- The gate lodge behind it is the only indicator that behind the wall lies some large estate, somewhere that is hidden from view and inaccessible to the public.
- These include Blackrock Castle in Cork - not so long ago its gate lodge was used as a public house.
- There is only one lodge in this park, just one.
- The gate lodge is to be turned into accommodation for the full-time caretaker who will look after the site.
- During this period, Corona planted a new arboretum and created the bog garden and a walk was completed from the lodge to the house.
- It was agreed that Gloria would stay for three weeks and would occupy the lodge in the garden of the Wood's house some 30 yards away.
1.2(for porter)portería feminine
- This building was the main part of the lodge and flanking it were two dorms, which would house the girls and the boys separately.
- The film, of which there is only one existing copy in the UK, has now arrived and is being stored in padlocked cans in the College lodge, and is due to be screened next week.
- Do the ducks still nest next to the porter's lodge near Staircase 1?
- In college Cook then spotted a small poster in the porter's lodge.
1.3(on private estate)pabellón masculinehunting / shooting lodge — pabellón de caza
1.4US (at resort)hotel masculine
- For example, if you run a ski lodge, you could create a blog about the local skill hill.
- The largest wooden structure in the islands, it's modeled after old English hunting lodges, with a full croquet course and pros to teach you the game.
- Only fragments remain of this royal hunting lodge, although there are some impressive earthworks including Bank Slack.
- The mansion looked more like a hunting lodge than the center for coordinating five million personnel.
- Our tour operator drove 1,000 kilometres to meet us with a replacement guide, and we resumed our interrupted itinerary of dunes, game lodges and safari parks.
- The men's dorms are decorated in virile earth tones and the rugged wood and tweedy furniture gives you the feeling of being in a hunting lodge.
- "Here we are, " Katie said, pulling up in front of the main ski lodge.
- The king spent increasing amounts of time at his hunting lodge at Versailles, and by the late 1660s it was being regularly extended to accommodate his growing entourage.
- A few seconds later, the main ski lodge sped into view.
- She has not had the easiest person to live with, and for most of our married life our house has looked much more like a hunting lodge than a home.
- An itinerant court stayed at urban and rural palaces and hunting lodges.
- The hunting lodge was, indeed, ancient.
- Hunters may return to the lodge for lunch and siesta or make a day of it in the field.
- If this place is a standard fishing lodge then I'll eat my hat.
- In fact, if you stay in town and want to book a game drive, there are 43 hunting lodges in the area.
- I motored away to the fishing lodge and reported this cheat to the fishery manager.
- It has also been home to an admiral, a church minister and a teacher as well as being a hunting lodge.
- All in all, it resembles the exclusive hunting lodge of some pompous lord and his friends.
- Originally built in 1703 as a hunting lodge, it doubled as a soup kitchen during the Great Hunger.
- An upscale lakeside lodge welcomes anglers, and stables are nearby.
- Sweat lodges are traditionally low, windowless, insulated domes constructed of willow branches.
2(branch, meeting place of society)logia feminine
- The huge works are the membership registers of the 600 Freemason's lodges of Scotland, the ‘secret’ order reputed to wield legendary influence in the corridors of power.
- This is still a working lodge, but it also contains a museum of Freemasonry, which, as you'd expect, houses a few Burns items.
- Returned to St Petersburg, they transformed the lodges into secret societies and plotted to bring constitutional rule to an autocratic, caste-ridden, and militaristic state.
- Losing faith in the customary avenues for change, they began to seek new outlets for their aspirations in Masonic lodges, provincial academies, and political clubs.
- The origins of the Freemasons are disputed, but the first organized lodges date from 1717 in England.
- Between 800 and 900 Masonic lodges were founded in France between 1732 and 1793, two-thirds of them after 1760.
- Masonic lodges set up charitable funds, and in several cities philanthropic societies were established in the 1780s to tap the wealth of the rich for the poor.
- He felt he was being punished for exposing the links between the business world, the Mafia, the secret Masonic lodges and the secret services.
- Some of their public meetings and conventions were recorded, but I have been unable to locate minutes from any secret meetings of individual lodges.
- By the 1720s they had their own church with the establishment of the first Masonic lodges.
- The Freemasons had dissolved their lodges under government pressure, and state employees in all professions were subject to dismissal for left-wing associations.
- Other than that, if you believe in helping others, enjoy ritual bonding and can find someone to introduce you to a lodge, Freemasonry might be just the thing.
- Scholars have placed women's participation in associations such as Masonic lodges and salons under an ever-increasing scrutiny.
- What set the clubs apart from masonic lodges and circles, however, was their involvement in politics.
- He also made silver for churches, Masonic lodges, and mechanics' associations.
- Historians have investigated union halls, fraternal lodges, and doomed third parties for insight into how the American working class has managed the dilemma of poverty in a land of plenty.
- He then moved to Helena where he entered the insurance business and became an American citizen as well as a member of the Montana Club and a Masonic lodge.
- The scheme will be considered by representatives of lodges and other Masonic organisations who use the existing hall at a special meeting in November.
- Towns were also cultural centres, the largest of which, by the second half of the eighteenth century, possessed theatres, masonic lodges, reading clubs, and newspapers.
- They had usually been long connected by business interests and had also engaged in social intercourse through associations such as Masonic lodges.
3(of beaver)madriguera feminine
- One species is commonly found in beaver lodges!
- In the pond were two beaver lodges and along the shore there were many examples of beaver-gnawed trees.
- Beaver lodges are also the work of a master builder.
- Visitors will be fascinated to see the lodges and dams that beavers build and, given the chance, will be delighted to watch these entertaining and intelligent animals.
- In the next scene, he builds an airy dome, something like a beaver lodge, out of bleached driftwood.
- Like beavers, muskrats build lodges out of sticks, twigs, cattails and bulrushes, reinforcing them with mud.
1(appeal) interponer(objection/complaint) presentar
- Magistrates granted the two men conditional bail, but Gair immediately lodged an appeal against the decision.
- They have also lodged a claim for damages, aggravated damages and costs.
- Jason's claim will be lodged with the courts following his 21st birthday in June.
- In excess of 70,000 Claimants have lodged claims and further claims are anticipated.
- In my judgment, it cannot be said that the present application was lodged promptly.
- Four individuals have now lodged complaints against the dentist, the health board has confirmed.
- Complaints are lodged by the claimant victim or, if this is not possible, by relatives or representatives.
- The following day government prosecutors lodged a formal appeal against the ruling.
- They cannot leave it to the initiative of the next of kin either to lodge a formal complaint or to take responsibility for the conduct of the investigative procedures.
- It seems that the Appellant did not lodge a timely appeal against conviction.
- The unfair dismissal claims were immediately lodged by the Union and hearings began in March 1999.
- In 1997, a claim was lodged on behalf of 5,000 other clerical employees, all of them women.
- He has now lodged a complaint with a hospital which sent her home.
- This matter would be considered when the application was formally lodged to the Local Authority.
- Three separate planning applications have been lodged with the local authority for the project.
- A full planning application is to be lodged with the council in April.
- Obviously, once the game is over teams can still lodge formal protests or complaints as they do now.
- It is not the function of this Tribunal to comment on whether the unfair dismissal claim lodged by the Appellant was justified or not as the matter was settled.
- The appeal was lodged with the council before Christmas, just as the six-month deadline for appeals was reached.
2(place, deposit)depositarto lodge sth with sb — depositar algo en manos de algn
- a deposit of $2,000 must be lodged with the bank — deben depositarse 2.000 dólares en el banco
- The ensuing arrangement between 1985 and 1988 saw the Prunas and other family members lodge large sums with the bank and get loans in return.
- Cllr Durcan said if the CPO was used the council could lodge the money in an account and leave it to the three people involved to sort out the payments.
- It's understood Mrs Walsh intended to lodge the money in the bank, but the cash, all in notes, has yet to be recovered.
- Two of the syndicate members lodged the ticket with the Bank of Ireland on New Year's Eve, but when they went to retrieve it last Friday the bank had to admit it had misplaced the ticket.
- On Wednesday it lodged this sum with the Central Bank to cover repayments.
3(fix)the bullet had lodged itself in his thigh — la bala se le había alojado en el muslo
- her image is lodged in my mind — tengo su imagen grabada en la memoria
- I have something lodged between my teeth — tengo algo metido entre los dientes
- They were also demanding that the people lodged in different jails be released.
- I was lodged with her when the Russians invaded Czechoslovakia.
- Tompkins is also restoring a century-old estate that will lodge avid tourist birdwatchers.
- It was certainly not the purpose of the center to lodge prisoners.
- They are lodged at a nice hotel, taken to a premiere, and allowed interviews with the stars.
- The Education Minister of Sudan received the group and we were lodged at the State Guest House.
- His paternal grandfather was lodged in a local asylum and his aunt ran a brothel in Copenhagen.
- According to jail sources, as many as 11 women prisoners were lodged in this jail.
- Although bride and groom are lodged in separate institutions, previous clients say this temporary separation does enhance their relationship.
- Nevis came next, and we were lodged again beside the sea, this time in the huge Four Seasons hotel, which has taken over the best beach on the island.
- In general, French friends were lodged the on ground floor, Americans on the second, and children and servants of the guests on the third.
1(become stuck, implanted)the bullet had lodged in his spine — la bala se le había alojado en la columna
- the bone lodged in her throat — el hueso se le quedó atragantado
2(live as lodger)alojarsehospedarseI lodge with my aunt / at my aunt's (house) — me alojo / me hospedo en casa de mi tía
- The composer Handel lodged in the house for three years towards the end of his life while the scientist Henry Cavendish had a room here during his youth.
- Up until the age of 26 I'd been lodging in a single room, sharing a house with people I might rather not have shared with, and feeling generally encroached upon.
- If accurate, this means that he had lodged in the house (not necessarily continuously) for at least two years before the marriage.
- We lodged in two rooms over a bar called The Oranges.
- He lodged in a house in High Saint Agnesgate where he wrote mathematical treatise under his own name as well as working on part of Through the Looking Glass.
- I wanted to know if you would be able to let Kevin lodge at your house.
- By this stage we had reached the house where I lodged and as we walked in the front door, both carrying a cardboard box, one of the other female lodgers did a double take.
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