Definition of 'lodger'
Example sentences containing 'lodger'
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Is it possible that he stays put but takes in a lodger or two to cover costs, for example? The Sun (2016)Nearly twice as many homeowners have a lodger renting a second bedroom compared with five years ago. The Sun (2014)He was a lodger in your house? The Sun (2008)If you are struggling with mortgage payments and bills you could take in a lodger. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Her boyfriend and their lodger were convicted of the same charge. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Her boyfriend and a lodger were found guilty of the same charge. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But a lodger at the house saw her take a container with the curry out of the fridge earlier in the day. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His mother, her boyfriend and their lodger have been convicted of causing or allowing his death. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His mother's boyfriend and a lodger were convicted of causing or allowing his death. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I could use this to boost my deposit and perhaps take in a lodger as well. Times, Sunday Times (2008)For those who have no savings and cannot take in a lodger, more radical measures could be considered. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Check your mortgage conditions, as some lenders require that you notify them if you take on a lodger. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Should we take a lodger? Get the Best out of the Rest of Your Life (1990)One month's rent from her lodger pays her 640 annual storage fee. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was a man of property, but chose to live as a lodger in London. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You could, though, take in a lodger. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I recently took in my brother's friend as a temporary lodger in my house because she is away from home for six months. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If you take in a lodger, you must tell your mortgage lender or landlord, to ensure you are not breaching the terms of your mortgage or lease. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'lodger'
British English: lodger /ˈlɒdʒə/ NOUN
A lodger is a person who pays money to live in someone else's house.
He took a lodger to help pay the bills.
- American English: lodger
- Arabic: نَزِيْلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inquilino
- Chinese: 寄宿者
- Croatian: stanar
- Czech: podnájemník
- Danish: logerende
- Dutch: kamerbewoner
- European Spanish: inquilino
- Finnish: alivuokralainen
- French: locataire
- German: Untermieter
- Greek: νοικάρης
- Italian: inquilino
- Japanese: 下宿人
- Korean: 하숙인
- Norwegian: leieboer
- Polish: lokator
- European Portuguese: inquilino
- Romanian: chiriaș
- Russian: квартирант
- Spanish: inquilino
- Swedish: inneboende
- Thai: ผู้พักอาศัย
- Turkish: pansiyoner
- Ukrainian: квартирант
- Vietnamese: người ở trọ
Definition of lodger from the Collins English Dictionary
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