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accommodate

verb [T]
 
 
/əˈkɒmədeɪt/
HAVE SPACE FOR to have enough space somewhere for a number of things or people: We need more roads to accommodate the increase in traffic.Accommodating people
HELP to do what someone wants, often by providing them with something: He requires special equipment and, where possible, we've accommodated those needs.Helping and co-operatingGiving, providing and supplying
GIVE A HOME to provide someone with a place to live or stay: The athletes will be accommodated in a special Olympic village.Accommodating peopleGiving, providing and supplying
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