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    • Join Date: Jun 2007
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    Lodge around?

    Hi! From my time living stateside I remember this one expression: "to lodge [something] around". The way I've understood it's meaning is "to carry something around, especially something that is somewhat heavy". I've been looking for such a definition on all on-line dictionaries, but to no avail. "Lodge around" is an entry in the Urban dictionary, but it has no definition yet. Help?

    • Join Date: Sep 2008
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    Re: Lodge around?

    I think this an expression that originates from the USA. It's not something you would hear in England.

    • Join Date: Jun 2007
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    Re: Lodge around?

    Agreed. I've checked my Oxford Phrasal Verbs dictionary and it is not in there either.

    So is it an American "thingy", then? Help! he he.

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