Lobby

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What Does Lobby Mean?

  1. Lobby definition is: The term lobby refers to groups of people who come together to try to influence officials and politicians. Typically, lobby groups are formed to influence government officials by the lobby or through appropriate legislation to work in the best interests of the industry or to prevent negative actions. The term is also used as a verb to describe the effect that a group of individuals has on others.

    • The lobby is a group of people who come together to try to impress officials and politicians.
    • The term can also refer to influencing government officials.
    • Lobsters are trained to motivate employees to act in the best interests of the lobby, whether through favorable legislation or preventing negative actions.
    • Lobbyists generally dislike it because they seem capable of ignoring the democratic process.

Meanings of Lobby

  1. Try to influence an issue (political or official).

  2. A room that provides a place where one or more rooms or corridors exit, usually near the entrance to a public building.

  3. A group of people is trying to influence a politician or an authority on a particular issue.

Sentences of Lobby

  1. Advise booksellers to put pressure on their agents

  2. They enter the hotel lobby

  3. Members of the anti-abortion lobby

Synonyms of Lobby

outer room, antechamber, seek to influence, passageway , doorway , try to persuade, crusade, entrance, importune, antechamber , sway, campaign, interest, hallway , lobbyists, porch, corridor , anteroom, hall , foyer , gateway , vestibule

Lobby,

Lobby Meanings:

  1. The term lobby refers to people who come together and try to impress officials and politicians. Typically, lobby groups are formed to lobby government officials to work in the best interests of the industry, either through favorable legislation or by blocking action. The term is also used as a verb to describe the influence of one group of people on another.

    • A lobby is a group of people who come together and try to impress officials and politicians.
    • The term can also refer to influencing government officials.
    • Lobsters are trained to influence employees to work in the best interests of the lobbyist, either through favorable legislation or by preventing negative actions.
    • The lobby is generally disliked because of its ability to ignore the democratic process.

Meanings of Lobby

  1. A room that provides a space from which one or more rooms or corridors extend, usually near the entrance to a public building.

  2. (UK) One of the many large halls of Parliament where members of Parliament can meet the public.

  3. A group of people trying to influence lawmakers on a particular issue.

  4. Trying to influence (the legislator) on an issue.

Sentences of Lobby

  1. Insist on your right to put pressure on Congress.

Synonyms of Lobby

pressurize, clique, pressure group, appeal to, solicit, reception area, interest group, entrance hall, clamour, petition, movement, bring pressure to bear on, drum up support, ginger group, speak/plead/argue in favour of, champion, faction, insist on, demand, pressure

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How Do You Define Lobby?

  • Lobby means: James Chen, CMT, is an experienced trader, investment advisor and global market strategist. He is the author of John Wiley & Sons' books on trade and technology and has been a visiting researcher at CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Forbes and Reuters, among other financial companies.

    • The lobby is a group of people who come together and try to influence officials and politicians.
    • The term can also refer to influencing public officials.
    • Lobsters are trained to influence employees to work in the best interests of the lobbyist, either through favorable legislation or by preventing negative actions.
    • The lobbyists are generally viewed negatively because they seem to be able to ignore the democratic process.

Meanings of Lobby

  1. (UK) One of the many large chambers of parliament where parliamentarians can meet members of the public.

  2. Trying to impress (a legislator) on an issue.

Synonyms of Lobby

urge, promote, recommend, waiting room, bloc, drive, supporters, call, push, advocate, call on, ask