Lounge definitions

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A public waiting room, as in a hotel or an air terminal, often having smoking or lavatory facilities.
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A cocktail lounge.
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An act or time of lounging.
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A long couch, especially one having no back and a headrest at one end.
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To move or act in a lazy, relaxed way; loll.

Lounging on the sofa; lounged around in pajamas.

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A lounging gait or stroll.
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To pass time idly.

Lounged in Venice till June.

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A couch or sofa, esp. a backless one with a headrest at one end.
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To pass (time) in a lazy, relaxed, or idle way.

Lounged the day away.

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To stand, move, sit, lie, etc. in a relaxed or lazy way; loll.
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To spend time in idleness.

They lounge around on street corners, wasting their lives.

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To spend by lounging.

To lounge the summer away.

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The definition of a lounge is an area in a public place such as a hotel, airport or club, where you can sit, wait and relax.

A comfortable room in an airport where first class passengers go to wait for their flights is an example of the First Class lounge.

A room off the lobby in a hotel where people can go and relax and listen to music and drink a drink is an example of a lounge.

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To lounge is defined as to lay around or sit around in some kind of comfortable couch or chair.

When you lay stretched out on the couch and relax, this is an example of a time when you lounge on the couch.

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A living room.
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A lobby.
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A room, as in a hotel or theater, where guests or patrons may go to relax, socialize, smoke, etc.
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An establishment, similar to a bar, that serves alcohol and often plays background music or shows television.
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A large comfortable seat for two or three people or more, a sofa or couch; also called lounge chair.
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To relax; to spend time lazily; to stand, sit, or recline, in an indolent manner.
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Origin of lounge

Possibly from French s'allonger to stretch out from Old French alongier to lengthen from Medieval Latin allongāre Latin ad- ad- Latin longus long long1