Lobby



    1. v. i. To pay politicians under the table to get them to be more agreeable to your employers point of view, be it for or against something.
    2. n. A particular group of people who engage in lobbying, e.g. the gun lobby. see also [lobbyist].


  • 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.