English vocabulary and translations (See all)
a lobby: an entrance hall, a foyer, a reception area
to lobby for something/to do something means put pressure on a person or group (for example the government) in order to persuade them to do something.
- "In the lobby you'll be met by an associate of mine."
- "I'm in the lobby, on my way up."
- "Why don't you meet me at the lobby of the downtown Grand Duke Hotel in two hours?"
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