Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Lobby"

The meaning of "Lobby" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does lobby mean?
A: I hope this helps:

a room providing a space out of which one or more other rooms or corridors lead, typically one near the entrance of a public building.

^(received the answer from Google because I would have worded it oddly)
Q: What does lobby mean?
A: When you walk into a hotel, you walk into a lobby. They usually have desks where you can check in and a place to sit.
Q: What does lobby mean?
A: The space at the entrance of a building. Example, the lobby of a hotel is where you sign in and get your room key.
Q: What does lobby mean?
A: In hotels for example the lobby is like the reception
Q: What does lobby please mean?
A: a place that you would find in a hotel or docter office the front place is a lobby

Example sentences using "Lobby"

Q: Please show me example sentences with lobby .
A: Me and my friend walked down the lobby to get to our apartment.
Q: Please show me example sentences with lobby for .
A: She would often lobby for women's rights.
The phrase is similar to: to argue in favor of, to speak out in support of a cause and to advocate.

Another example: We asked the former senator if he would lobby for our cause at the state capital.

Synonyms of "Lobby" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lobby and reception area (in hotels) ?
A: There is no difference.
Q: What is the difference between lobby and lounge ?
A:

lobby:
a room providing a space out of which one or more other rooms or corridors lead, typically one near the entrance of a public building.

example:
the hotel lobby

lounge:
lie, sit, or stand in a relaxed or lazy way.

example:
several students were lounging about reading papers
Q: What is the difference between in the lobby and at the lobby ?
A: "In the lobby" is used for example: "I'm waiting in the lobby." or "I like the painting in the lobby". - "At the lobby" is used for example: "I'll meet you at the lobby." or "I'm at the lobby right now, where are you?"
Q: What is the difference between lobby and foyer ?
A: Generally, the lobby is an entrance to an office building or the like, while a foyer is the entrance to a hotel, theatre or grand house.

The usages may be different in US English, though.

Translations of "Lobby"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lobby
A: 英文说
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I will pick you up in the lobby at the hotel
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lobby
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Other questions about "Lobby"

Q: A: We shall meet in the lobby.
B: We should meet at the entrance, it's hard to look for. does this sound natural?
A: A: We will meet in the lobby.
B: We should meet at the entrance, it's hard to look for.

"Shall" is an old word. You can use it if you're trying to look smart or funny.
If not, "will" always sounds more natural.
Q: "They lobby quietly on the Hill and in state races. Reformers should do the same"
(this is about gun control and NRA)

what do "Hill" and "Reformers" mean?
A: The “Hill” refers to Capitol Hill in Washington, DC where Congress is, so the hill is another way to say congress. Reformers here means people who want to change something in the law. In other words: the NRA is lobbying congress and so should the people against the NRA
Q: Would you mind if I stay at the lobby until 12:45 because I have a meeting at 1:00 near by this hotel?? does this sound natural?
A: Would you mind if I stayed in the lobby until 12:45? I have a meeting at 1:00 near this hotel.
Q: He hid in the lobby from the police does this sound natural?
A: You could also say: He hid in the lobby from the police
Q: I'm nearby already. You just wait me at the lobby. does this sound natural?
A: "Just wait for me in the lobby" :)

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