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آموزش لغات آیلتس و تافل
1. to provide someone with a place to stay, live, or work:
2. to accept someone’s opinions and try to do what they want, especially when their opinions or needs are different from yours:
3. if a room, building etc can accommodate a particular number of people or things, it has enough space for them:
● وفق دادن، سازگار کردن، جور کردن، همساز کردن، تعدیل و منطبق کردن یا شدن
● در اختیار (کسی) قرار دادن، فراهم کردن، آماده کردن، تهیه کردن، پذیرایی کردن، جا دادن، منزل دادن، همراهی کردن، مساعدت کردن، جا داشتن برای
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مثال های با ترجمه فارسی:
to accommodate oneself to changes
خود را با تغییرات وفق دادن
I was accommodated with all the means of comfort
تمام وسایل آسایش را برایم فراهم آوردند.
this table can accommodate six people
این میز برای شش نفر جا دارد.
this hotel did not accommodate the guests well
این هتل از مهمانان به خوبی پذیرایی نکرد.
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مثال های بیشتر:
- The island was used to accommodate child refugees.
- New students may be accommodated in halls of residence.
- FORMAL There wasn’t enough space to accommodate the files.
- He bought a huge house to accommodate his library.
- The ballroom can accommodate 400 people.
- There’s a shortage of cheap accommodation (= places to live).
- We have first and second class accommodation (= seats) on this flight.
- The new policies fail to accommodate the disabled.
- We always try to accommodate (= help) our clients with financial assistance if necessary.
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COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
▪ To accommodate that change, it also means a knock-out, rather than round-robin format, which is never exactly satisfactory.
▪ Centers will maintain the flexibility to accommodate changes in specific projects as the need for information changes.
▪ It is among a small number of churches designed specifically to accommodate the liturgical changes which followed from the Second Vatican Council.
▪ The culture is about accepting the status quo, about accommodating to the demands of the industrial system.
▪ The network was upgraded several times over the last decade to accommodate the increasing demand.
▪ In turn, this stimulated development of switches and routers to accommodate the increasing demands of the networks.
▪ The city or suburban dwellings of the new class were at first too small to accommodate the extended family.
▪ She serves complementary wine and great conversation for those who wish and is willing to accommodate a family.
▪ Buildings designed to accommodate families as independent units were more individual and less institutionalized.
▪ About 70% of all new aircraft will be bought by airlines just to accommodate that growth, says Boeing.
▪ To accommodate the ongoing growth, the company has now added a highly advanced environmentally controlled pressure sensor calibration laboratory.
▪ This increase was exclusively confined to the private sector which recorded a massive 115 percent increase in the number accommodated.
▪ However, given prior notice, they will accommodate guests’ needs.
▪ Your education programs should be designed to accommodate different needs within your workforce.
▪ By and large, the academic community seems content simply to accommodate to the instrumental needs of post-industrial society.
▪ News directors accommodate the visual needs of politicians because television needs pictures.
▪ The idea that you can accommodate people with these special needs in large units.
▪ However, it has scheduled three extra round trips between Phoenix and Las Vegas on Sunday, to accommodate people staying there.
▪ It was taller than a man, and big enough to accommodate four or five people inside.
▪ Two wards, built for 60 patients each, came to accommodate more than 550 people.
▪ Our eleven purpose-built meeting halls and ten executive rooms can comfortably accommodate a meeting for six or a major conference hosting hundreds.
▪ This artificial world would contain enough room to accommodate more than 1016 people.
▪ All rooms accommodate up to 3 adults with a small number of rooms able to accommodate two adults and two children.
▪ Walls had been pulled down to make this a room that accommodated nearly all the ground floor.
▪ This space had previously accommodated the organ loft.
▪ The wider the curtains, or longer the blind, the more space needed to accommodate them.
▪ Some incorporated timber-framed lean-to houses, and the central open space could accommodate livestock.
▪ Spreadsheets and general ledger systems alone cannot accommodate the information needs of all managers and executives.
▪ Flexibility should be built into the system to accommodate additional indices.
▪ Western models were influential because they met a need for a system that could accommodate diversity.
▪ In the early 1900s the 4,700-seat auditorium was built to accommodate growing audiences.
▪ The workhouse, erected with its fine boardroom in 1838 at a cost of £2,000, was built to accommodate 170 inmates.
▪ Also, conservatories need not necessarily be built to accommodate an existing door of the house.
▪ In the early eighties the marina was built and now accommodates hundreds of foreign yachts.
▪ First, you must expand your psyche to accommodate the bigger and better.
▪ The money was desperately needed to expand the system to accommodate an ever-increasing population.
▪ These reservoirs behave as imperfectly elastic containers, expanding and contracting to accommodate fluxes of melt.
▪ They could not expand enough to accommodate all who chose them.
▪ Why not, therefore, consider trying to accommodate that feature?
▪ Our park and land managers are trying to accommodate these reductions with the least impact on visitors.
▪ Now, steps are being taken to try to accommodate everyone.
▪ Naturally, I certainly tried to accommodate their wishes, but the final decision was mine to make.
▪ Jackson has tried to accommodate him by adding an offensive twist in which Rodman plays in the low post.