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accommodate

verb   /əˈkɒm.ə.deɪt/
to provide with a place to live or to be stored in alojar, contener New students may be accommodated in halls of residence. formal There wasn’t enough space to accommodate the files.773
to give what is needed to someone tener en cuenta The new policies fail to accommodate the disabled. We always try to accommodate (= help) our clients with financial assistance if necessary.794
(Definition of accommodate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

accommodate

verb /əˈkomədeit/
to find or be a place for alojar The house could accommodate two families.
(formal) to help someone by doing what they want or by providing what they need Complacer The hotel staff will do their utmost to accommodate the guests’ needs.
accommodating adjective
(formal) obliging; helpful complaciente Thank you for being so accommodating.
accommodation /əˌkoməˈdeiʃən/ noun
room(s) in a house or hotel in which to live, especially for a short time alojamiento It is difficult to find cheap accommodation in London in August.
(Definition of accommodate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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