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uh ko muh day ting

  • v  be agreeable or acceptable to
  • v  make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose
  • v  provide with something desired or needed
  • v  have room for; hold without crowding
  • v  provide housing for
  • v  provide a service or favor for someone
  • v  make (one thing) compatible with (another)
  • a  helpful in bringing about a harmonious adaptation
    the warden was always accommodating in allowing visitors in
    made a special effort to be accommodating
  • s  obliging; willing to do favors
    made a special effort to be accommodating

  • At that time, the Iranian presidency was held by Mohammad Khatami, considered a moderate more accommodating to the West.
  • He has advisers like Patrick who have been "anti-gay rights" in the past; the wantonly accommodating spirit of Fletcher looms heavy over Dang's candidacy.
  • A foreign policy initiative that no White House incumbent since 1975 has felt safe enough or accommodating enough to hazard was now Clinton's fait accompli.
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  • Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in Sydney Morning Herald
    We feel that they are being pushed onto us instead of Thailand accommodating them somehow,Mr Abdullah said. "Of course, we know they come from Myanmar [Burma]. When we ask Myanmar, they ask: 'Are you sure they are our people? What evidence...
  • Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers in Independent
    The Lord Chief Justice told his audience: "It was not very radical to advocate embracing sharia in the context of family disputes, for example, and our system already goes a long way towards accommodating the Archbishop's suggestion. It is possible...
  • Arlen Specter in USA Today
    We have tried to find a way of accommodating what the president wants to do,Specter said.

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