Synonyms of accommodate in English:


See US English definition of accommodate

See UK English definition of accommodate

See Spanish definition of alojar


1‘backpacking tourists can be accommodated in dormitories’

lodge, house, put up, billet, quarter, board, take in, provide shelter for, shelter, give a bed to, give someone a roof over their head, provide a roof over someone's head, harbour, make room for, give accommodation to, provide with accommodation, provide accommodation for

2‘the cottages accommodate up to six people’

hold, take, fit, seat, have room for

3‘the company altered the launch date in order to accommodate a major customer’

help, fit in with, allow for, assist, aid, lend a hand to, oblige, serve, do someone a service, meet the needs of, meet the wants of, do someone a good turn, favour, do someone a favour, cater for, indulge, pander to, humour, gratify, satisfy


4‘she was desperately trying to accommodate herself to her new position’

adjust, adapt, attune, accustom, get accustomed, get someone accustomed, get used, get someone used, habituate, acclimatize, assimilate, acculturate
familiarize oneself with, familiarize someone with, find one's way around, come to terms with, come to accept, learn to live with
integrate, domesticate
find one's feet, get one's bearings, become naturalized, become seasoned
North American acclimate

5‘the bank would be glad to accommodate you with a loan’

provide, supply, furnish, serve, grant

deny, refuse