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accommodate to fulfill the needs of (others) by adapting oneself. [1/6 definitions]
adaptable having the ability to adjust to particular needs or conditions. [1/2 definitions]
aerobe an organism, such as a bacterium, that needs oxygen to live.
animal rights rights of animals not to be subordinated to the needs and wants of human beings.
attentive thoughtful of the needs or comfort of others; considerate or devoted. [1/2 definitions]
bespoke made according to the wishes or needs of a particular customer or user; custom-made. [1/2 definitions]
brother (pl.) human beings considered as sharing a common fate or having common needs, faults, and virtues. [1/4 definitions]
careful mindful, as of others' needs or feelings. [1/3 definitions]
catchall something suitable for a variety of needs or aims. [1/2 definitions]
child-rearing the process of raising children, including taking care of their daily needs as well as actively or indirectly instilling values in them.
comfortable quite sufficient to one's needs; somewhat more than adequate. [1/3 definitions]
considerate showing regard for the feelings and needs of others.
consideration respect or concern for the needs of others. [1/3 definitions]
convenient suitable and easily turned to one's needs, purposes, or comfort. [1/2 definitions]
could do with would benefit from (something); need or needs to some degree.
crèche (chiefly British) a child care center for infants and very young children that serves the needs of working parents. [1/3 definitions]
darning clothing or the like that needs to be mended in this fashion or has already been darned. [1/2 definitions]
day-to-day providing only for the present day's needs or desires. [1/2 definitions]
deprivation the condition or state of not having something that one needs, esp. a thing that all or most people need, such as safety, affection, food, and shelter; privation. [1/3 definitions]
domesticated of animals, made suited to the needs of humans and living close to humans rather than in the wild. [2 definitions]
ergonomics (used with a sing. verb) the study of how to adapt machines or work space to human needs.