- To provide with what is needed or desired.
- To make room for, or adjust to something or someone.
- To provide lodging or accommodation.
From middle english accommodaten, borrowed from latin accommodāre ("to make fit, adapt"), from ad ("to") + commodus ("fit, suitable").
- The hotel can accommodate up to 200 guests.
- The car can accommodate five passengers.
- The company is willing to accommodate her schedule.
- The plan was modified to accommodate the new data.
- We will have to accommodate the new employee in the small office.