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the act of making suitable to an end or the condition of being made suitable to an end

a settlement of differences through mutual concession

Synonyms for accommodation

a settlement of differences

in the theories of Jean Piaget: the modification of internal representations in order to accommodate a changing knowledge of reality

the act of providing something (lodging or seat or food) to meet a need

(physiology) the automatic adjustment in focal length of the natural lens of the eye

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Meanwhile, Jimenez lamented that the said facility is "overburdened", as it is only built to accomodate 50 children but often houses 250.
Several scrap recyclers say that while they offer a wide range of containers to their customers, to accomodate customers outside of their local regional areas, the trend is toward larger containers.
The building's facade features a large rose window, elaborate cornices, molded brick work and central gable, along with keyhole-shaped windows that accomodate stained glass.
Written by an Episcopal priest and survivor of acute pancreatitis, Beginning Again: Benedictine Wisdom for Living with Illness is a guide for making major changes in one's life to accomodate the requirements of daily living with a serious or chronic condition.
It has an excellent five-furlong straight course that can accomodate well over 20 runners and the round course has accomodated 16 runners for a number of years.
With two all weather-courts, the club is open all year round and thanks to the lottery funding, the additional third court has disabled access that will allow the club to accomodate the high demand for use.
Wealthier parents, after all, can use the law to force schools to accomodate them or place their child in a private school.