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ac·com·mo·date

 (ə-kŏm′ə-dāt′)
v. ac·com·mo·dat·ed, ac·com·mo·dat·ing, ac·com·mo·dates
v.tr.
1.
a. To have enough space for: a parking lot big enough to accommodate buses. See Synonyms at contain.
b. To provide lodging for: We looked for a hotel to accommodate the extra guests.
2. To take into consideration or make adjustments for; allow for: an economic proposal that accommodates the interests of senior citizens.
3.
a. To do a favor or service for; oblige. See Synonyms at oblige.
b. To provide for; supply with something needed: accommodated the expedition with supplies.
4. To make suitable; adapt or adjust: accommodated herself to her new surroundings. See Synonyms at adapt.
v.intr.
1. To adapt oneself; become adjusted: It is never easy to accommodate to social change.
2. Physiology To become adjusted, as the eye to focusing on objects at a distance.

[Latin accommodāre, accommodāt-, to fit : ad-, ad- + commodus, suitable; see commodious.]

ac·com′mo·da′tive adj.
ac·com′mo·da′tor n.

accommodate

(əˈkɒməˌdeɪt)
vb
1. (tr) to supply or provide, esp with lodging or board and lodging
2. (tr) to oblige or do a favour for
3. to adjust or become adjusted; adapt
4. (tr) to bring into harmony; reconcile
5. (tr) to allow room for; contain
6. (tr) to lend money to, esp on a temporary basis until a formal loan has been arranged
[C16: from Latin accommodāre to make fit, from ad- to + commodus having the proper measure]
acˈcommoˌdative adj

ac•com•mo•date

(əˈkɒm əˌdeɪt)

v. -dat•ed, -dat•ing. v.t.
1. to do a kindness or a favor to; oblige.
2. to provide suitably; supply.
3. to lend money to.
4. to provide with a room or other accommodations.
5. to have or make room for: This elevator accommodates 10 people.
6. to adjust or make suitable; adapt: to accommodate oneself to circumstances.
7. to bring into harmony; reconcile: to accommodate differences.
v.i.
8. to become adjusted, adapted, or reconciled.
[1515–25; < Latin accommodātus, past participle of accommodāre to attach, make suitable]
ac•com′mo•da`tive, adj.
ac•com′mo•da`tive•ness, n.
ac•com′mo•da`tor, n.
syn: See contain.

accommodate


Past participle: accommodated
Gerund: accommodating

Imperative
accommodate
accommodate
Present
I accommodate
you accommodate
he/she/it accommodates
we accommodate
you accommodate
they accommodate
Preterite
I accommodated
you accommodated
he/she/it accommodated
we accommodated
you accommodated
they accommodated
Present Continuous
I am accommodating
you are accommodating
he/she/it is accommodating
we are accommodating
you are accommodating
they are accommodating
Present Perfect
I have accommodated
you have accommodated
he/she/it has accommodated
we have accommodated
you have accommodated
they have accommodated
Past Continuous
I was accommodating
you were accommodating
he/she/it was accommodating
we were accommodating
you were accommodating
they were accommodating
Past Perfect
I had accommodated
you had accommodated
he/she/it had accommodated
we had accommodated
you had accommodated
they had accommodated
Future
I will accommodate
you will accommodate
he/she/it will accommodate
we will accommodate
you will accommodate
they will accommodate
Future Perfect
I will have accommodated
you will have accommodated
he/she/it will have accommodated
we will have accommodated
you will have accommodated
they will have accommodated
Future Continuous
I will be accommodating
you will be accommodating
he/she/it will be accommodating
we will be accommodating
you will be accommodating
they will be accommodating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been accommodating
you have been accommodating
he/she/it has been accommodating
we have been accommodating
you have been accommodating
they have been accommodating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been accommodating
you will have been accommodating
he/she/it will have been accommodating
we will have been accommodating
you will have been accommodating
they will have been accommodating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been accommodating
you had been accommodating
he/she/it had been accommodating
we had been accommodating
you had been accommodating
they had been accommodating
Conditional
I would accommodate
you would accommodate
he/she/it would accommodate
we would accommodate
you would accommodate
they would accommodate
Past Conditional
I would have accommodated
you would have accommodated
he/she/it would have accommodated
we would have accommodated
you would have accommodated
they would have accommodated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.accommodate - be agreeable or acceptable toaccommodate - be agreeable or acceptable to; "This suits my needs"
conform to, fit, meet - satisfy a condition or restriction; "Does this paper meet the requirements for the degree?"
2.accommodate - make fit for, or change to suit a new purposeaccommodate - make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose; "Adapt our native cuisine to the available food resources of the new country"
vary, alter, change - become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence; "her mood changes in accordance with the weather"; "The supermarket's selection of vegetables varies according to the season"
adjust - make correspondent or conformable; "Adjust your eyes to the darkness"
gear, pitch - set the level or character of; "She pitched her speech to the teenagers in the audience"
fit - insert or adjust several objects or people; "Can you fit the toy into the box?"; "This man can't fit himself into our work environment"
anglicise, anglicize - make English in appearance; "She anglicised her name after moving from Paris to London"
shoehorn - fit for a specific purpose even when not well suited
tailor, orient - adjust to a specific need or market; "a magazine oriented towards young people"; "tailor your needs to your surroundings"
domesticate, tame - make fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans; "The horse was domesticated a long time ago"; "The wolf was tamed and evolved into the house dog"
domesticate, tame, cultivate, naturalise, naturalize - adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment; "domesticate oats"; "tame the soil"
Christianize - adapt in the name of Christianity; "some people want to Christianize ancient pagan sites"
naturalise, naturalize - adopt to another place; "The stories had become naturalized into an American setting"
electrify, wire - equip for use with electricity; "electrify an appliance"
transcribe - rewrite or arrange a piece of music for an instrument or medium other than that originally intended
3.accommodate - provide with something desired or neededaccommodate - provide with something desired or needed; "Can you accommodate me with a rental car?"
cater, ply, provide, supply - give what is desired or needed, especially support, food or sustenance; "The hostess provided lunch for all the guests"
4.accommodate - have room foraccommodate - have room for; hold without crowding; "This hotel can accommodate 250 guests"; "The theater admits 300 people"; "The auditorium can't hold more than 500 people"
contain, hold, take - be capable of holding or containing; "This box won't take all the items"; "The flask holds one gallon"
sleep - be able to accommodate for sleeping; "This tent sleeps six people"
house - contain or cover; "This box houses the gears"
seat - be able to seat; "The theater seats 2,000"
5.accommodate - provide housing foraccommodate - provide housing for; "We are lodging three foreign students this semester"
domiciliate, house, put up - provide housing for; "The immigrants were housed in a new development outside the town"
barrack - lodge in barracks
keep - supply with room and board; "He is keeping three women in the guest cottage"; "keep boarders"
billet, canton, quarter - provide housing for (military personnel)
6.accommodate - provide a service or favor for someoneaccommodate - provide a service or favor for someone; "We had to oblige him"
abide by, comply, follow - act in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes; "He complied with my instructions"; "You must comply or else!"; "Follow these simple rules"; "abide by the rules"
7.accommodate - make (one thing) compatible with (another); "The scientists had to accommodate the new results with the existing theories"
harmonise, harmonize - bring (several things) into consonance or relate harmoniously; "harmonize the different interests"

accommodate

verb
1. hold, take, seat, contain, have a capacity for The school was not big enough to accommodate all the children.
2. house, put up, take in, lodge, board, quarter, shelter, entertain, harbour, cater for, billet Students are accommodated in homes nearby.
3. help, support, aid, encourage, assist, befriend, cooperate with, abet, lend a hand to, lend a helping hand to, give a leg up to (informal) He has never made an effort to accommodate photographers.
4. adapt, match, fit, fashion, settle, alter, adjust, modify, compose, comply, accustom, reconcile, harmonize She walked slowly to accommodate herself to his pace.

accommodate

verb
1. To perform a service or a courteous act for:
2. To provide with often temporary lodging:
3. To have the room or capacity for:
4. To make or become suitable to a particular situation or use:
Translations
يَأوِي، يُسْكِنيَسَعُ لِيُكَيِّف، يُزَوِّد، يُسَاعِد
pojmoutubytovatuspokojitvyhovět
have plads tilhuseimødekommerummetilpasse (sig)
majoittaa
smjestiti
gera til òægîarrúma, koma fyrir
宿を提供する
숙박처를 제공하다
apgyvendintibūstasįtiktipaslauguspastogė
izpatiktizvietot
nastaniti
inhysa
จัดที่อยู่ให้
barındırmakmemnun etmekyer bulmakalmak
cung cấp chỗ ở

accommodate

[əˈkɒmədeɪt]
A. VT
1. (= lodge, put up) [+ person] → alojar, hospedar
can you accommodate four people in July?¿tiene usted habitaciones para cuatro personas en julio?
2. (= have space for) → tener cabida para
this car accommodates sixeste coche tiene cabida or asientos para seis personas
can you accommodate two more in your car?¿caben dos más en tu coche?
3. (= reconcile) [+ differences] → acomodar, concertar; [+ quarrel] → poner fin a; [+ quarrellers] → reconciliar
4. (= adapt) → acomodar, adaptar (to a)
5. (= supply) → proveer (with de) to accommodate sb with a loanfacilitar un préstamo a algn
6. (= oblige) → complacer, hacer un favor a
B. VI [eye] → adaptarse (to a)

accommodate

[əˈkɒmədeɪt]
vt
(= hold, have room for) [+ people] → loger, recevoir
The hotel can accommodate 50 people → L'hôtel peut recevoir cinquante personnes.
This car accommodates 4 people comfortably → On tient confortablement à 4 dans cette voiture.
(= put up) [+ people] → loger
(= oblige, help) → obliger
to accommodate sb's wishes → réaliser les vœux de qn
(= adapt) to accommodate one's plans to sth → adapter ses projets à qch
to accommodate o.s. to sth → s'adapter à qch
vi (= adapt) → s'adapter

accommodate

vt
(= provide lodging for)unterbringen
(= hold, have room for)Platz haben für; (= contain) machine part etcenthalten; the car can accommodate five peopledas Auto bietet fünf Personen Platz or hat Platz für fünf Personen
(= be able to cope with: theory, plan, forecasts) → Rechnung ftragen (+dat)
(form: = oblige) → dienen (+dat); wishesentgegenkommen (+dat); I think we might be able to accommodate youich glaube, wir können Ihnen entgegenkommen
vi (eye)sich einstellen (→ to auf +acc)
vr to accommodate oneself to somethingsich einer Sache (dat)anpassen

accommodate

[əˈkɒmədeɪt] vt
a. (lodge, have room for, person) → ospitare, alloggiare; (thing) → ospitare, accogliere
this car accommodates 4 people comfortably → quest'auto può trasportare comodamente 4 persone
b. (oblige, help) → favorire; (satisfy) → venire incontro a
c. (differences) → conciliare
d. (adjust to, idea, situation) accommodate o.s. tovenire incontro a, adattarsi a

accommodate

(əˈkomədeit) verb
1. to find or be a place for. The house could accommodate two families.
2. to oblige. They did their best to accommodate him by carrying out his wishes.
acˈcommodating adjective
obliging; helpful.
acˌcommoˈdation noun
1. room(s) in a house or hotel in which to live, especially for a short time. It is difficult to find accommodation in London in August.
2. space for something. There is accommodation for your car behind the hotel.

accommodate

يَسَعُ لِ pojmout tilpasse (sig) unterbringen στεγάζω alojar majoittaa loger smjestiti ospitare 宿を提供する 숙박처를 제공하다 huisvesten huse zakwaterować acomodar вместить inhysa จัดที่อยู่ให้ barındırmak cung cấp chỗ ở 容纳

accommodate

v. acomodar, ajustar, cuadrar; [to lodge] alojar, hospedar.
References in classic literature ?
For truly, the Right Whale's mouth would accommodate a couple of whist tables, and comfortably seat all the players.
I could have given my own sect the preference and made everybody a Presby- terian without any trouble, but that would have been to affront a law of human nature: spiritual wants and instincts are as various in the human family as are physical appetites, complexions, and features, and a man is only at his best, morally, when he is equipped with the religious garment whose color and shape and size most nicely accommodate themselves to the spirit- ual complexion, angularities, and stature of the indi- vidual who wears it; and, besides, I was afraid of a united Church; it makes a mighty power, the mightiest conceivable, and then when it by and by gets into selfish hands, as it is always bound to do, it means death to human liberty and paralysis to human thought.
Dashwood as remaining there till she could accommodate herself with a house in the neighbourhood, his invitation was accepted.
The resource occurred to him now as so easy and agreeable, especially as Marner's hoard was likely to be large enough to leave Godfrey a handsome surplus beyond his immediate needs, and enable him to accommodate his faithful brother, that he had almost turned the horse's head towards home again.
Unquestionably, such reverend persons, in such a society, must accommodate their manners and their morals to the community in which they live; and if they can occasionally obtain a degree of reverence for their supposed spiritual gifts, are, on most occasions, loaded with unmerciful ridicule, as possessing a character inconsistent with all around them.
But not only fewer just causes of war will be given by the national government, but it will also be more in their power to accommodate and settle them amicably.
Are the houses and doors and churches in Flatland to be altered in order to accommodate such monsters?
But a man is not often found sufficiently circumspect to know how to accommodate himself to the change, both because he cannot deviate from what nature inclines him to do, and also because, having always prospered by acting in one way, he cannot be persuaded that it is well to leave it; and, therefore, the cautious man, when it is time to turn adventurous, does not know how to do it, hence he is ruined; but had he changed his conduct with the times fortune would not have changed.
Walk in the path defined by rule, and accommodate yourself to the enemy until you can fight a decisive battle.
And I shall not forget your readiness to accommodate your landlord as well as a neighbour.
All this while, the labors at the infant settlement went on with unremitting assiduity, and, by the 26th of September, a commodious mansion, spacious enough to accommodate all hands, was completed.
The forms of those bodies are accurately such as, within a given surface, to include the greatest possible amount of matter; -- while the surfaces themselves are so disposed as to accommodate a denser population than could be accommodated on the same surfaces otherwise arranged.