Some articles on accommodate:
... Each pool can accommodate 10 lanes ... Temporary seating structures can be set up to accommodate another 700 people ... A table tennis centre that can accommodate up to 32 tables A 30-bay indoor shooting range, which was used as the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games shooting venue A 12-lane bowling centre ...
... The chassis was developed in stages to accommodate gearbox changes in 1973 and 1976, the body widened in 1976 to accommodate the widened chassis and the wings widened ...
... first year hall, built in the 1970s to accommodate the rise in students ... Non Hall originally built in 1957 opposite the old Dewi Hostel to accommodate the first female students ... It is 14 stories tall and can accommodate many students ...
... The airport has officially become an international airport and can accommodate the wide-body aircraft on September 27, 2005 ... vehicle parking area of 20,000 meters which can accommodate 1,000 vehicles as well as the construction of passenger terminal building of three floors ... makes International Airport Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II can accommodate Airbus A330, Boeing 747 and other wide-body aircraft ...
... stations will have longer platforms that accommodate 8-train cars than existing Beijing subway station platforms which can only accommodate 6-train cars ... A 23rd station was added at the eastern 4th Ring Road to accommodate nearby residents ...
More definitions of "accommodate":
- (verb): Provide a service or favor for someone.
- (verb): Make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose.
- (verb): Provide housing for.
- (verb): Provide with something desired or needed.
Example: "Can you accommodate me with a rental car?"
Famous quotes containing the word accommodate:
“I stopped reading movie magazines in the beauty parlor a couple of years ago because I could not accommodate any more information about something called the Lennon Sisters.”
—Nora Ephron (b. 1941)
“We accept and welcome ... as conditions to which we must accommodate ourselves, great inequality of environment; the concentration of business, industrial and commercial, in the hands of a few; and the law of competition between these, as being not only beneficial, but essential for the future progress of the race.”
—Andrew Carnegie (18351919)
“Civility, which is a disposition to accommodate and oblige others, is essentially the same in every country; but good breeding, as it is called, which is the manner of exerting that disposition, is different in almost every country, and merely local; and every man of sense imitates and conforms to that local good breeding of the place which he is at.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)