|Origin:||, past participle of accommodare, from ad- 'to' + commodare 'to make fit', from commodus 'suitable'|
if a room, building etc can accommodate a particular number of people or things, it has enough space for them:
He bought a huge house to accommodate his library.
The ballroom can accommodate 400 people.
to provide someone with a place to stay, live, or work:
The island was used to accommodate child refugees.
to accept someone's opinions and try to do what they want, especially when their opinions or needs are different from yours:
We've made every effort to accommodate your point of view.
to get used to a new situation or to make yourself do this
Her eyes took a while to accommodate to the darkness.