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accommodate (verb), accommodates; accommodated; accommodating
1. To adjust actions in response to the needs of someone or others.
2. To be adaptable enough to allow something to take place without a major change.
3. To have sufficient space for someone or something.
4. To provide for or to supply a person or other people with a place to stay.
5. To adapt to a new suitable situation.
6. To give someone money in response to a request for a loan.
7. Etymology: from Latin accomodatus, "suitable"; from accomodare, "to make fit, to adapt, to fit one thing with another thing"; from ad-, "to" + commodare "to make fit"; from commodus, "fit, suitable".
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