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1A private box or enclosure in a theater.
- ‘Part of the immense appeal of the Opera was its double status as a venue not only for elaborate theatrical events onstage but also for intimate private parties within the confines of its loges.’
- 1.1 The front section of the first balcony in a theater.
- ‘The loges and parts of the balcony had been removed in earlier ‘remodels.’’
- 1.2US A tier of seating in an arena or stadium, typically between the upper and lower decks.
Mid 18th century: from French.
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