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accommodate
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The Da Vinci Code
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as in: Each room can accommodate four Define
provide (or have the ability to provide) something desired or needed
  • Equally breathtaking was the corridor’s width, which easily could have accommodated a pair of side-by-side passenger trains.

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  • The lab can accommodate up to 30 students at one time.
  • This hotel can accommodate up to 350 guests.

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  • Like a lazy parent who found it easier to acquiesce to the whims of a spoiled child than to stand firm and teach values, the Church just kept softening at every turn, trying to reinvent itself to accommodate a culture gone astray.
  • Despite his plush accommodations, he had always dreamed of owning a riverside apartment on L’lle Saint-Louis, where he could rub shoulders with the true cognoscenti, rather than here, where he simply met the filthy rich.

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  • Many customs laws were absurd, anyway, and if Biggin Hill didn’t accommodate its clients, certainly competing airfields would.

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as in: Each room can accommodate four Define
provide (or have the ability to provide) something desired or needed
as in: I will accommodate for your need Define
adjust something to provide for a need
as in: hotel accommodations Define
physical space -- especially a place where travellers can stay
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