- a box in a theater
- the forward section of a mezzanine or balcony in a theater, set off by an aisle or railing
- a privately owned or leased luxury unit in a stadium or arena, resembling a living room or hotel room, for entertaining while watching a sporting or other event
Origin: OFr: see lodge
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- A small compartment, especially a box in a theater.
- The front rows of the mezzanine in a theater.
Origin: French, from Old French, covered walk, lodge; see lodge.