Accommodation (noun)

  1. The act of adjusting or adapting to a particular situation or condition.
  2. A place to live, stay or sleep, especially in a temporary or commercial setting.
  3. Something that makes it possible to live or work in a comfortable and convenient way.

Origin:

The word 'accommodation' originated from the latin word 'accomodatio' which means 'adjustment, fitting.'.

Examples:

  1. The school provided accommodation for students who lived far away.
  2. The hotel offers luxurious accommodation for guests.
  3. The company made accommodations for employees with disabilities.
  4. The new law requires employers to make reasonable accommodations for pregnant workers.
  5. The accommodation of the ship was very cramped and uncomfortable.
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