Accommodate

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

order to accommodate   (para acomodar)

In order to accommodate these areas, Pskov Governorate was created.

The chain uses halal-certified meat in order to accommodate Muslim customers.

Volos station was converted to dual gauge, in order to accommodate trains of the two branches.

designed to accommodate   (diseñado para acomodar)

It is designed to accommodate 300 to 400 persons.

At , the library is designed to accommodate 20,000 volumes.

Conard was originally designed to accommodate 1100 students.

accommodate up   (acomodar)

The building can accommodate up to 1,500 believers.

The "agora" can accommodate up to 1,200 visitors.

The structure can accommodate up to 4000 worshippers.

built to accommodate   (construido para acomodar)

"Point Glass" was built to accommodate an 8-man crew.

"Point Chico" was built to accommodate an 8-man crew.

"Point Baker" was built to accommodate an 8-man crew.

able to accommodate   (capaz de acomodar)

The stadium is able to accommodate 8,000 spectators.

The stadium is able to accommodate 17,750 spectators.

It would be able to accommodate up to 20,000 spectators.

enough to accommodate

This is a drill ground in Nuremberg, large enough to accommodate two million men.

On the other hand, all piers have to be strong enough to accommodate two arch ribs.

The main quay is long enough to accommodate three ships at once, each of 10,000 DWT.

accommodate more

It has an area of and can accommodate more than 12,000 people.

Additional infrastructure to accommodate more families would be built.

There are 2,393 residential units which accommodate more than 9,000 residents.

accommodate the growing

In 1735 a western gallery was added to accommodate the growing population of Burnley.

It was expanded in 2012 to better accommodate the growing needs of all three programs.

Every inch of space was used to the fullest to accommodate the growing number of students.

accommodate the new

To accommodate the new engines, the boats were lengthened by about .

The boat itself is longer than the s to accommodate the new systems.

(Sams Gap was lowered by 150 feet to accommodate the new Interstate 26 highway).

not accommodate

This will accommodate 20-gauge wire, but will probably not accommodate 18-gauge wire.

Her soul cannot accommodate the "lilting daffodils" of feeling which life has to offer.

Selective Door Operation is in use at this station as it cannot accommodate 3-car trains.

accommodate all

These competitions are usually designed to accommodate all school-age children.

The College had to look for means by which it could accommodate all the students.

It can accommodate all kinds of aircraft, such as the Boeing 767, Airbus A330 or Boeing 777.

accommodate larger

Raymond Loewy updated the design in 1955 to accommodate larger formats.

However the airport could neither accommodate larger aircraft nor could the runway be extended.

In 2009, the runway 10/28 was refurbished and extended to 4000 meters to accommodate larger aircraft.

expanded to accommodate

Finally, in 1980, it was updated and expanded to accommodate the CNSMD Lyon.

The space has since been expanded to accommodate the new La Maison Simons store at the mall.

Sport Chek closed in 2012, and its space was significantly expanded to accommodate Sporting Life.

used to accommodate

Other plans were for many portables to be used to accommodate the classes.

The Jack Muller Danie Uys Park in the suburb is used to accommodate a Parkrun.

The second floor contains four rooms, which can be used to accommodate smaller events.

accommodate both

What they share is the struggle to accommodate both Islam and homosexuality in their lives.

Most cranes accommodate both the camera and an operator, but some can be moved by remote control.

Blackhouses were used to accommodate both livestock and people who were separated by a simple partition.

accommodate new

Despite this, "Glassheart" was pushed into early 2012 to accommodate new recording sessions.

In most cases torpedo and/or dual-purpose gun armament was reduced to accommodate new anti-air and anti-submarine weapons.

The opening occurred in time to accommodate new service patterns due to a long-term weekend closure of the Clark Street Tunnel, which diverted weekend 2 trains to South Ferry for one year.