accommodate translation | English-French dictionary

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accommodate

  
      vt  
   (=hold, have room for)  
  [+people]  
loger, recevoir  
→ The school in Poldown was not big enough to accommodate all the children.        
→ The cottage could comfortably accommodate up to five people.        
The hotel can accommodate 50 people.      L'hôtel peut recevoir cinquante personnes.  
This car accommodates 4 people comfortably.      On tient confortablement à 4 dans cette voiture.  
   (=put up)  
  [+people]  
loger  
→ Students are accommodated in homes nearby.        
   (=oblige, help)   obliger  
→ The bank appears to be accommodating its customers more than it used to.        
→ He has never put an arm around his wife to accommodate photographers.        
to accommodate sb's wishes      réaliser les vœux de qn  
→ She is anxious to accommodate the wishes of the bereaved with regard to the memorial.        
   (=adapt)  
to accommodate one's plans to sth      adapter ses projets à qch  
to accommodate o.s. to sth      s'adapter à qch  
      vi   (=adapt)   s'adapter  
→ Some animal and plant species cannot accommodate to the rapidly changing conditions ...        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
v.
accommoder
v.
accueillir (+human) (vt.) ; satisfaire (vt.) ; arranger (vt.)
v.
s'adapter
exp.
réaliser les vœux de qn
exp.
s'adapter à qch
exp.
L'hôtel peut recevoir cinquante personnes.
exp.
adapter ses projets à qch
exp.
On tient confortablement à 4 dans cette voiture.
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'accommodate' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
v.
accommodate
v.
accommodate (vt.)
v.
accommodate (vt.)
exp.
This chalet can accommodate up to ten people.
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