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Translation of "accommodate" - English-Turkish dictionary

accommodate

verb [T]
 
 
/əˈkɒmədeɪt/
HAVE SPACE FOR to have enough space somewhere for a number of things or people
eşya veya insanlar için yeteri kadar yer, alan sağlamak
We need more roads to accommodate the increase in traffic.Accommodating people
HELP to do what someone wants, often by providing them with something
bir şeyler sağlayarak birinin istediği şeyleri yapmak
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
birine kalacak veya yaşayacak yer sağlamak
The athletes will be accommodated in a special Olympic village.Accommodating peopleGiving, providing and supplying
(Definition of accommodate from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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