accommodations1) N-UNCOUNT: also N in pl Accommodation is used to refer to buildings or rooms where people live or stay. [BRIT]
The government will provide temporary accommodation for up to three thousand people sleeping rough in London...
Prices start at ₤2,095 per person, including flights, hotel accommodation and various excursions...(in AM, use accommodations)
Rates are higher for deluxe accommodations and lower in the off-season.2) N-UNCOUNT Accommodation is space in buildings or vehicles that is available for certain things, people, or activities. [FORMAL]
The school occupies split-site accommodation on the main campus...
Some trains carry bicycles, but accommodation is restricted so a reservation is essential.3) N-COUNT: oft N with n, N between pl-n An accommodation is an agreement between different people which enables them to exist together without trouble. [FORMAL]
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.
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