Meaning of ACCOMMODATION in English

ACCOMMODATION

noun

1 ( BrE ) place for sb to live/stay

ADJECTIVE

▪ comfortable , decent , good , suitable

▪ inadequate , poor , substandard

▪ excellent , luxurious

▪ overnight , temporary

The family is staying in temporary ~ until their house is rebuilt.

▪ permanent

▪ free

▪ private , rented

She lived on her own in rented ~.

▪ holiday , hotel

▪ living , residential

▪ sleeping

▪ bed-and-breakfast

▪ furnished

▪ sheltered

Many old people choose to live in sheltered ~.

▪ secure

We need more secure ~ for young prisoners.

▪ student

VERB + ACCOMMODATION

▪ have

The council should be able to help families who have no ~.

▪ look for , seek

▪ find , get , secure

▪ offer (sb) , provide (sb with)

It is the duty of the local community to provide ~ for the homeless.

ACCOMMODATION + NOUN

▪ costs

PREPOSITION

▪ in ~

2 accommodations ( AmE ) place for sb to live/stay, often providing food, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ overnight , sleeping

▪ guest , hotel , tourist

▪ living

▪ public

▪ comfortable , de luxe , luxurious , luxury , upscale

VERB + ACCOMMODATIONS

▪ offer (sb) , provide (sb with)

The boat provides reasonable overnight ~s for four adults.

▪ arrange , book

You should book your travel ~s and flights quickly.

3 satisfactory arrangement

VERB + ACCOMMODATION

▪ come to ( esp. BrE ), make , reach , work out

▪ seek

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ between

Some ~ between conservation and tourism is essential.

▪ ~ to

~ to the harsh circumstances of rural life

▪ ~ with

They were forced to reach an ~ with the rebels.

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .