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Definition of: accommodate

(ə·komə·dat) v. ·dat·ed, ·dat·ing v.t.
1. To do a favor for; oblige: help.
2. To provide for; give lodging to.
3. To be suitable for; to contain comfortably: The hall accommodates large numbers.
4. To adapt or modify; adjust: He accommodated his needs to our capacity to fulfil them.
5. To reconcile or settle, as conflicting opinions.

6. To be or become adjusted or conformed, as the eye to distance. [<L accommodatus,, pp. of accommodare < ad- to + commodare make fit, suit < com- with + modus measure]
ac·com′mo·da′tive adjective
Synonyms: adapt, adjust, entertain, fit, furnish, harmonize, lodge, oblige, receive, reconcile, serve, suit, supply. See ADAPT, ADJUST.
accommodateACCOLADE (def. 4)

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"accommodate" has the frequency of use of 0.0014% on en.wikipedia.org.

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