Accommodate vs. Accomodate

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  • Accommodate (verb)

    To render fit, suitable, or correspondent; to adapt.


    “to accommodate ourselves to circumstances”

  • Accommodate (verb)

    To cause to come to agreement; to bring about harmony; to reconcile.


    “to accommodate differences”

  • Accommodate (verb)

    To provide housing for.

    “to accommodate an old friend for a week”

  • Accommodate (verb)

    To provide with something desired, needed, or convenient.

    “to accommodate a friend with a loan”

  • Accommodate (verb)

    To do a favor or service for; to oblige.


  • Accommodate (verb)

    To show the correspondence of; to apply or make suit by analogy; to adapt or fit, as teachings to accidental circumstances, statements to facts, etc.

    “to accommodate prophecy to events”

  • Accommodate (verb)

    To give consideration to; to allow for.

  • Accommodate (verb)

    To contain comfortably; to have space for.

    “This venue accommodates three hundred people.”

  • Accommodate (verb)

    To adapt oneself; to be conformable or adapted; become adjusted.

  • Accommodate (adjective)

    Suitable; fit; adapted; as, means accommodate to end.

  • Accomodate (verb)

    misspelling of accommodate

  • Accommodate (verb)

    (of a building or other area) provide lodging or sufficient space for

    “the cottages accommodate up to six people”

  • Accommodate (verb)

    fit in with the wishes or needs of

    “any language must accommodate new concepts”

  • Accommodate (verb)

    adapt to

    “making users accommodate to the realities of today’s marketplace”

Oxford Dictionary

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