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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2016
lounge /laʊndʒ/USA pronunciation
v., lounged, loung•ing, n. v. [no object]
WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2016
- to pass time lazily or in doing nothing.
- to rest or lie down lazily;
- Furniturean often backless sofa having a headrest at one end.
- a usually public room for relaxing or waiting:the VIP lounge at the airport.
- a section on a train, plane, or ship for socializing.
(lounj),USA pronunciation v., lounged, loung•ing, n. v.i.
- to pass time idly and indolently.
- to rest or recline indolently;
loll:We lounged in the sun all afternoon.
- to go or move in a leisurely, indolent manner;
saunter (usually fol. by around, along, off, etc.).
- to pass (time) in lounging (usually fol. by away or out):to lounge away the afternoon.
- Furniturea sofa for reclining, sometimes backless, having a headrest at one end.
- a place for sitting, waiting, smoking, etc., esp. a large public room, as in a hotel, theater, or air terminal, often with adjoining washrooms.
- a section on a train, plane, or ship having various club or social facilities.
- a cocktail lounge.
- [Archaic.]the act or a period of lounging.
- [Archaic.]a lounging gait.
- origin, originally uncertain 1500–10
- 1.See corresponding entry in Unabridged loaf, idle, relax, dally, potter.
Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
lounge /laʊndʒ/ vb
- (intr; often followed by about or around) to sit, lie, walk, or stand in a relaxed manner
- to pass (time) lazily or idly
Etymology: 16th Century: origin unknown
- a communal room in a hotel, ship, theatre, etc, used for waiting or relaxing in
- (as modifier): lounge chair
- chiefly Brit a living room in a private house
Also called: lounge bar, saloon bar Brit a more expensive bar in a pub or hotel
- chiefly US Canadian an expensive bar, esp in a hotel
- a sofa or couch, esp one with a headrest and no back
- the act or an instance of lounging
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