accommodating


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ac·com·mo·dat·ing

 (ə-kŏm′ə-dā′tĭng)
adj.
Helpful and obliging.

ac·com′mo·dat′ing·ly adv.

accommodating

(əˈkɒməˌdeɪtɪŋ)
adj
willing to help; kind; obliging
acˈcommoˌdatingly adv

ac•com•mo•dat•ing

(əˈkɒm əˌdeɪ tɪŋ)

adj.
easy to deal with; eager to help or please; obliging.
[1610–20]
ac•com′mo•dat`ing•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.accommodating - helpful in bringing about a harmonious adaptationaccommodating - helpful in bringing about a harmonious adaptation; "the warden was always accommodating in allowing visitors in"; "made a special effort to be accommodating"
good-natured - having an easygoing and cheerful disposition; "too good-natured to resent a little criticism"; "the good-natured policeman on our block"; "the sounds of good-natured play"
helpful - providing assistance or serving a useful function
kind - having or showing a tender and considerate and helpful nature; used especially of persons and their behavior; "kind to sick patients"; "a kind master"; "kind words showing understanding and sympathy"; "thanked her for her kind letter"
unaccommodating, unobliging - not accommodating; "the unaccommodating bus driver pulled out while she was banging on the door"
2.accommodating - obligingaccommodating - obliging; willing to do favors; "made a special effort to be accommodating"
helpful - providing assistance or serving a useful function

accommodating

accommodating

adjective
Ready to do favors for another:
Translations
مُسَاعِد، سَلِس، لَطِيف
ochotnýúslužný
føjeligimødekommendemedgørlig
alkalmazkodó
greiîvikinn
úslužný
memnun edici

accommodating

[əˈkɒmədeɪtɪŋ] ADJ (= helpful) → servicial, complaciente; (= easy to deal with) → acomodadizo, acomodaticio

accommodating

[əˈkɒmədeɪtɪŋ] adj (= obliging) [person] → obligeant(e), arrangeant(e)

accommodating

accommodating

[əˈkɒmədeɪtɪŋ] adj (easy to deal with) → accomodante, conciliante; (willing to help) → gentile, premuroso/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.
References in classic literature ?
The girl ran into the house to get some crumbs of bread, cold potatoes, and other such scraps as were suitable to the accommodating appetite of fowls.
For many days Cassy had been unusually gracious and accommodating in her humors; and Legree and she had been, apparently, on the best of terms.
These two were followed by an accommodating spinster relative, who accepted the heavy dramatic responsibility of "Mrs.
If you say that no young lady would have behaved as I have presently to relate of Nicolete, that no parents were ever so accommodating in the world of reality, I reply,--No doubt you are right, but none the less what I have to tell is true and really did happen, for all that.
Indeed, it seemed that so humble a conveyance as a mule, in however good case, and however well broken to a pleasant and accommodating amble, was only used by the gallant monk for travelling on the road.
The courtyard, formerly open to the sky, was now roofed in with dusty glass; the nymph that had once poured out the water of the fountain was barren and mutilated; and the bath was partly covered in with loose boards, the exposed part accommodating a heap of coals in one corner, a heap of potatoes in another, a beer barrel, some old carpets, a tarpaulin, and a broken canoe.
Very true," said the curate; "but we the others must look about for accommodating shepherdesses that will answer our purpose one way or another.
Success in warfare is gained by carefully accommodating ourselves to the enemy's purpose.
He found the wharf too completely deserted, the night too dark, the captain too accommodating.
He complied with the most accommodating spirit imaginable; and went on eating and chatting, and laughing and smearing himself, until his whole countenance shone with grease and good-humor.
Even in his most accommodating mood he inspires a dread of treachery.
During my stay in the valley, as none of its inmates were so accommodating as to die and be buried in order to gratify my curiosity with regard to their funeral rites, I was reluctantly obliged to remain in ignorance of them.