Meaning of “commodious” in the English Dictionary

british dictionary

"commodious" in British English

See all translations

commodiousadjective

uk /kəˈməʊ.di.əs/ us /kəˈmoʊ.di.əs/ formal

Examples from literature

  • Adjacent to it is a commodious room with lockers for each man and two shower baths make it easy to keep clean. 
  • Bob found himself comfortably seated in a commodious open-air theatre, watching an excellent vaudeville performance. 
  • It was more commodious than most of the shacks of The Corner. 
  • The place was commodious, and contained some noteworthy objects. 
  • This institution is not a hospital, but a commodious and comfortable invalids' home. 

(Definition of “commodious” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)