accommodate a client

piotr1980

Senior Member
Polish
Hello,

I've recently heard this exression :

''If you want to accommodate your client, you should send this letter right now''
Could you please explain the sens of ''accommodate'' in this context.

Does not ''accomodate'' mean to put up someone?

Many thanks
Piotr
 
  • Primal

    Senior Member
    Canadian English
    I think it's supposed to mean that the client had asked for something, and the worker wanted to oblige. Accomodate can also be used in this sence, such as "working someone into your schedule."

    Primal
     
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