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Definition of word lounge?
Lounge can mean to loll about lazily, or a place to do so.
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Yes, the word 'lounge' is both a noun and a verb: . The noun lounge is a word for a room in a house, ahotel, or a public building; a word for a cocktail bar; a word fora t…ype of sofa; a word for a thing. . The verb to lounge is to relax, perhaps in a rather lazyor negligent way; a word for an action. Example uses: We can meet in the lounge for a drink before the show.(noun) It's a good day to lounge at the beach and watch the surf.(verb)
The word is of uncertain origin, but some reference is made toScotland in the 1500's. Also a French word -s'allonger- meaning tolie at full length has some weak connection
Instead of doing her homework, she lounged around watching TV and reading tabloid magazines all weekend.
On weekends, we like to lounge about in the morning. It was late, but the lounge was still open.
"une chaise longue" is a deckchair in French. The writing 'chaise lounge', although derived from French, is American ('lounge' isn't a French word)
the lounge is called "le salon" in French, or "le living-room".
The word lounging is a verb. It is the present participle of the verb lounge.
lounge means to laze about. e.g. the students were lounging around.
"Andrea liked that the new house contained a lounge, because her old house didn't." "On Saturdays, Sophie liked to lounge around, doing nothing." "The Patel waited in the de…parture lounge before catching their flight."
Contrary to popular belief, setting off a stink bomb in the teacher's lounge did not turn out to be a good idea.
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