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accommodate
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
accommodate /ə'kɔmədeit/
  • ngoại động từ
    • điều tiết, làm cho thích nghi, làm cho phù hợp
      • to accommodate oneself to the new way of living: làm cho mình thích nghi với lối sống mới
    • hoà giải, dàn xếp
      • to accommodate a quarrel: dàn xếp một cuộc cãi nhau
    • (+ with) cung cấp, cấp cho, kiếm cho
      • to accommodate someone with something: cung cấp cho ai cái gì
      • to accommodate somebody with a loan: cho ai vay một số tiền
    • chứa được, đựng được
      • this hall can accommodate 500 persons: gian phòng có thể chứa được 500 người
    • cho trọ; tìm chỗ cho trọ
      • to be accommodated in the best hotel: trọ ở khách sạn sang nhất
    • giúp đỡ, làm ơn
Concise Dictionary
accommodates|accommodated|accommodatingə'kɒmədeɪt
verb
+be agreeable or acceptable to
+make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose
+provide with something desired or needed
+have room for; hold without crowding
+provide housing for
+provide a service or favor for someone
+make compatible with

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 fit, suit, adapt, adjust, modify; customize:
I shall do my best to accommodate the equipment to your needs.
2 harmonize, make consistent, reconcile, adapt:
It is uncertain whether his version of the incident can be accommodated to ours.
3 equip, supply, provide, furnish:
Can you accommodate me with five pounds till tomorrow?
4 put up, house, lodge, shelter, quarter, Military billet:
The innkeeper is unable to accommodate us tonight.
5 suit, oblige, convenience, serve:
I was willing to accommodate you by selling your old car.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
1 [VN] to provide sb with a room or place to sleep, live or sit: The hotel can accommodate up to 500 guests. + The aircraft is capable of accommodating 28 passengers.
2 [VN] to provide enough space for sb/sth: Over 70 minutes of music can be accommodated on one CD. + The old town hall now accommodates a Folk Museum.
3 [VN] (formal) to consider sth, such as sb's opinion or a fact, and be influenced by it when you are deciding what to do or explaining sth: Our proposal tries to accommodate the special needs of minority groups. + She modified her views so as to accommodate the objections of American feminists.
4 [VN] ~ sb (with sth) (formal) to help sb by doing what they want
Synonym: OBLIGE
I have accommodated the press a great deal, giving numerous interviews. + I'm sure the bank will be able to accommodate you.
5 ~ to sth
~ sth / yourself to sth (formal) to change your behaviour so that you can deal with a new situation better: [V] I quickly needed to accommodate to the new schedule. [also VN]
Collocation Dictionary
verb

ADV.

comfortably, easily
It was a large hall, where a lot of people could be comfortably accommodated.

VERB + ACCOMMODATE

can/could
The car park can accommodate about 200 cars.


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