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accommodō (ad-c-) āvī, ātus, āre,

to fit, adapt, put on, apply: coronam sibi ad caput: lateri ensem, V.: insignia, Cs.—Fig., to adjust, adapt, make fit for, accommodate: puppīs ad magnitudinem fluctuum, Cs.: oratio multitudinis est auribus accommodanda.—Esp., to attribute, ascribe as fitting: effigiem dis, Cu.—To apply, bring forward: testīs ad crimen, produce suitable witnesses: se ad rem p., devote oneself: ad alicuius arbitrium et nutum totum se, i. e. comply with; cf. ut ei de habitatione accommodes, i. e. comply with his wish.

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