English version

lodging house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlodging houseˈlodging house noun [countable] British English old-fashioned  a building where people can rent rooms to live or stay in syn boarding house
Examples from the Corpus
lodging houseSome will spend their giro cheque on a room in a lodging house.There was a small hotel, or lodging house.He sat down on a sofa which he realised was slightly longer than his cubicle in the lodging house.A tall man waited at the stable entrance of the lodging house where Lucille Castineau had rented two attic rooms.Sea Ixora remained silent as they drove back to the lodging house in Castries.
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