accommodate


accommodate

verb

Definition of ACCOMMODATE

1
to make or have room for <the back seat accommodates three people comfortably>
Synonyms fit, hold, take
Related Words carry, contain, seat; enclose (also inclose), encompass, enfold; harbor, house
2
to bring to a state free of conflicts, inconsistencies, or differences <let's accommodate the difference in their voices by moving the mike closer to Sarah, whose voice is softer>
Antonyms disharmonize
3
to change (something) so as to make it suitable for a new use or situation <accommodated the lectern to the height of the guest speaker, who turned out to be quite short>
Near Antonyms misadjust
5
to provide with living quarters or shelter <regards the tent as entirely inadequate for accommodating them through the winter>
Related Words ensconce, home, roost, secure, shed, stable, tent; barrack; bed (down)
Near Antonyms eject, evict

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