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  • They can easily accommodate complete teams from a specific area of a business.
  • No home record player could accommodate such large records, and they were used mainly by radio stations.
  • With each new president, new academic programs were offered and new buildings built to accommodate them.
  • The hill also accommodates a police training school and a teacher training college.
  • Changes to the rules of game play were made, some to accommodate the new features.
  • Such aircraft are therefore required to accommodate this kind of power failure.
  • Short-term high security male and female prisoners can also be accommodated when required.
  • There was a school built there to accommodate the farm children in the area.
  • The house that accommodates a large family is usually divided into several rooms. Cited from Modern Persia, by Mooshie G. Daniel
  • A second story was soon added to accommodate the number of children who were to attend.
  • Several public parks and schools have also been developed to help accommodate the growth.
  • Expansion of the schools has taken place in recent years to accommodate an increase of school population.
  • The new school will be accommodating to both the school community and the community at large.
  • The university was expanded with new buildings to accommodate more students and faculty.
  • If they correct for far distance, the person must accommodate to see clearly up close.
  • Since then it has moved several times to accommodate growth.
  • While not part of the original design, the change was necessary to accommodates modern living.
  • The population has been accommodated in recent years by the building of new houses in the village.
  • To some extent, the line has been designed to accommodate future expansion.
  • The outer leading wing edge had to be brought further forward to accommodate this design.
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Root form of accommodating is accommodate for the verb.

Words starting with accommodating

Meaning of accommodating

  • verb Provide with something desired or needed
    Can you accommodate me with a rental car?
  • verb Have room for; hold without crowding
    This hotel can accommodate 250 guests, The theater admits 300 people, The auditorium can't hold more than 500 people
  • verb Make (one thing) compatible with (another)
    The scientists had to accommodate the new results with the existing theories
  • adjective Helpful in bringing about a harmonious adaptation
    the warden was always accommodating in allowing visitors in, made a special effort to be accommodating