1. (to be lodged)
2. (to be stuck)
Un hueso de pescado se alojó en la garganta de la anciana y la llevaron a la sala de emergencias. A fishbone got lodged in the elderly woman's throat and she was taken to the emergency room.
3. (to give housing to)
Podremos alojar 3,000 huéspedes en nuestro hotel.We'll be able to accommodate 3,000 guests in our hotel.
b. to house
Este refugio aloja refugiados de la guerra. This shelter houses refugees from the war.
c. to put up (in someone's house)
Te podemos alojar por unas noches mientras estás en la ciudad. We can put you up for a few nights while you're in town.
a. to stay
a. to lodge
la bala se alojó en el pulmón derechothe bullet lodged in her right lung
a. to put up
Verb Conjugations for alojar
Present Participle: alojando
Past Participle: alojado
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