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  1. lobby

    • IPA[ˈlɒbi]

    英式

    • n.
      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;(in the UK) any of several large halls in the Houses of Parliament in which MPs may meet members of the public.
    • v.
      seek to influence (a legislator) on an issue
    • noun: lobby, plural noun: lobbies

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. 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:

      they went into the hotel lobby

    • 2. (in the UK) any of several large halls in the Houses of Parliament in which MPs may meet members of the public.
    • 3. (in the UK) each of two corridors in the Houses of Parliament to which MPs retire to vote.
    • 4. (in the UK) lobby correspondents collectively.
    • 5. a group of people seeking to influence legislators on a particular issue:

      members of the anti-abortion lobby

    • 6. an organized attempt by members of the public to influence legislators:

      a recent lobby of Parliament by pensioners

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. seek to influence (a legislator) on an issue:

      they insist on their right to lobby Congress

      the organization was formed to lobby for student concerns

    • n. (in the UK) a senior political journalist of a group receiving direct but unattributable briefings from the government.

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    • n. a body formed to influence legislation on a particular issue:

    • the grassroots campaigning of lobby groups for public education

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    • ph. (in Australia) an independent lobby group formed in 1972 to promote feminist values and campaign for the entry of women into politics:

    • the Women's Electoral Lobby took some time to develop a childcare policy

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    • IPA[ˈläbē]

    美式

    • n.
      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:
    • they went into the hotel lobby
    • v.
      seek to influence (a politician or public official) on an issue:
    • it is recommending that booksellers lobby their representatives

      a group lobbying for better rail services

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