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VERB （有足够的空间）容纳，接纳 If a building or space can accommodate someone or something, it has enough room for them.
The school in Poldown was not big enough to accommodate all the children...
The CD-ROMs will accommodate the works of all English poets from 600 to 1900.
VERB 为…提供住宿 To accommodate someone means to provide them with a place to live or stay.
...a hotel built to accommodate guests for the wedding of King Alfonso...
Students are accommodated in homes nearby.
VERB 顾及；考虑到 If something is planned or changed to accommodate a particular situation, it is planned or changed so that it takes this situation into account.
The roads are built to accommodate gradual temperature changes...
The way that American history is taught may change in order to accommodate some more of those cultures.
VERB 迎合；迁就 If you do something to accommodate someone, you do it with the main purpose of pleasing or satisfying them.
He has never put an arm around his wife to accommodate photographers...
He's already altered several of the proposals in his economic plan to accommodate demands of special interests.
VERB （调整以）适应 If you accommodate to something new, you change your behaviour or ideas so that you are able to deal with it.
Some animal and plant species cannot accommodate to the rapidly changing conditions...
She walked slowly to accommodate herself to his pace.