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lobby meaning
Lobby definition of lobby by The Free Dictionary.
koukus lobby nátlaková skupina die Lobby lobby grupo de presión lobby eturyhmä groupe de pression lobi lobbi lobi þrstihópur gruppo di pressione, lobiai lobisti, lobiji; kuluri kumpulan pelobi pressiegroep interessegruppe grupa nacisku, lobby grupo de pressão lobby, grup de presiune záujmová / nátlaková skupina interesna skupina lobi lobby lobi, kulis nhóm ngi vn ng.
LOBBY meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
Definitions and Grammar. Clear explanations of natural written and spoken English. Essential British English. Essential American English. Click on the arrows to change the translation direction. Meaning of lobby in English. verb 1 English. noun 2 English. lobby PRESSURE GROUP.
lobby Dictionary Definition: Vocabulary.com.
The idea of the political" lobby group" came from the large entrance halls of the legislature, where people hung around trying to influence the lawmakers. So the next time your class tries to lobby your teacher for extra credit, he can thank the halls of congress.
lobby verb definition and synonyms Macmillan Dictionary.
Click on the thesaurus category heading under the button in an entry to see the synonyms and related words for that meaning. verb intransitive/transitive / lbi /. Close present tense. Contribute to our Open Dictionary. Other entries for this word. division lobby noun.
Dfinition: Lobby, lobbying.
Dfinition de lobby et de lobbying. En anglais, lobby est un couloir, un vestibule. Vers 1830, en Angleterre, lobby" dsignait les couloirs de la Chambre des Communes o les membres des groupes de pression pouvaient venir discuter avec les parlementaires.
Lobby Define Lobby at Dictionary.com.
Meaning large" entrance hall in a public building" is from 1590s. Political sense of those" who seek to influence legislation" is attested by 1790s in American English, in reference to the custom of influence-seekers gathering in large entrance-halls outside legislative chambers. seek" to influence legislation, 1826, American English, from lobby n.
Corporate Europe Observatory Exposing the power of corporate lobbying in the EU.
Once again corporate lobby groups are working to set the agenda for the talks, while the Commission covers over its links with big business. Vetoes to please lobbyists: Corporations behind services power grab by Commission. February 14th 2019 The power of lobbies.
Lobbying Parliament UK Parliament.
Who can lobby Parliament? Anyone can lobby their MP or a member of House of Lords but it is usually more effective if you can find other people who share your concerns or experiences to lobby with you as a group.
Lobby definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
Times, Sunday Times 2010 The lobby group aims to spread beyond banking and plans to draft in high-profile executives from other industries to its advisory board. Times, Sunday Times 2014 I can see why the government and lobby groups have gone for a zero-tolerance policy on cigarettes.

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