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accommodate (verb) to provide some body room to sit, live, or sleep; to admit a student in a school; to adjust.
When you let out a house or rooms belonging to you to some one, you accommodate them. When we allow some one to stay in our room, we accommodate them. You accommodate a person if you leave room enough for them to sit on the bench you are sitting on. The principal accommodates you if, in spite of admissions being closed, he lets you enroll. If a new person finds it difficult to adjust to new circumstances, they fail to accommodate to the new environment.
- In spite of its modest appearance, this hotel can accommodate a good number of guests, and its occupancy rate is quite high.
- The new manager is facing difficulty in accommodating to the new work culture in this place.