- n. 膳宿；和解；住处；适应
accommodation 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:0 教材出处:译林版选必修B3U1
n. accommodations 1
Those who travel to fishing spots pay for accommodation and airfares.
At the end of the day, she returned to take me back to my accommodation.
Accommodations aim to have a low impact on the natural environment.
accommodation space 起居舱室
hostel accommodation 宿舍单位
1. [U] (BrE) a place to live, work or stay in
rented / temporary / furnished accommodation
Hotel accommodation is included in the price of your holiday.
The building plans include much needed new office accommodation.
First-class accommodation is available on all flights.
2. accommodations [pl.] (NAmE) somewhere to live or stay, often also providing food or other services
More and more travelers are looking for bed and breakfast accommodations in private homes.
3. [C, U] (formal) an agreement or arrangement between people or groups with different opinions which is acceptable to everyone; the process of reaching this agreement
They were forced to reach an accommodation with the rebels.
1 [uncountable] especially British English (also accommodations American English) a place for someone to stay, live, or work 住处；工作场所
The price for the holiday includes flights and accommodation.
living accommodations for the crews
travel and hotel accommodations
secure accommodation for young offenders
Universities have to provide student accommodation for first-year students.
2 [singular, uncountable] formal an agreement between people or groups who have different views or opinions, that satisfies everyone 和解
We reached an accommodation between both parties.
accommodate /əˈkɒmədeɪt $ əˈkɑː-/ ●○○ AWL verb
1 [transitive] if a room, building etc can accommodate a particular number of people or things, it has enough space for them 〔房间、建筑物等〕容纳
He bought a huge house to accommodate his library.
The ballroom can accommodate 400 people.
2 [transitive] to provide someone with a place to stay, live, or work 为…提供住处[工作场所] The island was used to accommodate child refugees.
3 [transitive] to accept someone’s opinions and try to do what they want, especially when their opinions or needs are different from yours 迎合；迁就
We’ve made every effort to accommodate your point of view.
4 [intransitive] to get used to a new situation or to make yourself do this 适应；顺应
Her eyes took a while to accommodate to the darkness.
Origin accommodate (1500-1600) Latin past participle of accommodare, from ad- “to” + commodare “to make fit”, from commodus “suitable”
1.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词住处；住所 Accommodation is used to refer to buildings or rooms where people live or stay.
【搭配模式】：also N in pl
The government will provide temporary accommodation for up to three thousand people…
Prices start at £1,095 per person, including flights, hotel accommodation and various excursions…
Rates are higher for deluxe accommodations.
in AM, use 美国英语用 accommodations
2.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词（楼房或交通工具内的）空间，座位，铺位 Accommodation is space in buildings or vehicles that is available for certain things, people, or activities.
The school occupies split-site accommodation on the main campus…
Some trains carry bicycles, but accommodation is restricted so a reservation is essential.
Usage Note :
Be careful with the spelling of this word.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词和解；调和 An accommodation is an agreement between different people which enables them to exist together without trouble.
【搭配模式】：oft N with n
His instinct would be to seek a new accommodation with the nationalists…
Religions, to survive, must make accommodations with the larger political structures that nurture them.
a accommodations [plural] US : a place (such as a room in a hotel) where travelers can sleep and find other services住宿
We need overnight accommodations [=lodging] for four people.
They weren’t sure if they could provide food and accommodations for the whole group.
The accommodations on board the boat are a bit cramped.
b [noncount] chiefly British : a place where people can live, stay, or work住处；工作场所
We need overnight accommodation [=lodging] for four people.
a : an agreement that allows people, groups, etc., to work together协议；和解
[singular] He hoped to reach an accommodation with the new owners.
[noncount] Negotiators were convinced that accommodation with the union was possible.
b : something done to provide what is needed or wanted for someone or something迎合；协调；迁就
[singular] He changed his schedule as an accommodation to his clients.
[noncount] Changes were made for the accommodation of differing viewpoints.