Lodging in a dwelling or similar living quarters afforded to travellers in hotels or on cruise ships, or prisoners, etc. (noun)
Examples of word accommodation
About the accommodation -- _accommodation_ means money, does not it?
The term accommodation, while it has a limited field of application in biology, has a wide and varied use in sociology.
The term accommodation, as has been noted, developed as a differentiation within the field of the biological concept of adaptation.
The word "accommodation" should be on everyone's mind in these situations.
But after enduring another week of bitter backlash over its mandate requiring religious employers, including Catholic hospitals and universities, to cover birth control, including the morning-after pill, in their health-care plans, the White House on Friday announced what it calls an "accommodation" that will require insurers to pay directly for women's contraception if an employer objects to doing so on religious grounds.
I also had a private arrangement with my partner for obtaining what I called accommodation bills.
He tried to end the debate Friday with what he called an "accommodation."
You know, the Mobile Storage business in the U.K. was quite heavily skewed towards what they call accommodation units, what we call in the U.S. office units.