accommodate /əˈkɒmədeɪt/
(v) to provide somebody with a room or place to sleep, live or sit
Example: The meeting room was large enough to accommodate the various needs of the groups using it

arrangement /əˈreɪndʒmənt/
(n) a plan or preparation that you make so that something
Example: The travel arrangements were taken care of by Sara, Mr. Billing's capable assistant

association /əˌsəʊsiˈeɪʃn/
(n) an officcial group of people who have joined together for a particular purpose
Example: Local telephone companies formed an association to serve common goals, meet their common needs, and improve efficiency

attend /əˈtend/
(v) to be present at an even
Example: We expect more than 100 members to attend the annual meeting

get in touch
get in touch
(v) to communicate / contact with somebody
Example: As soon as we arrive at the hotel, we will get in touch with the manager about the unexpected guests

hold /həʊld/
(v) to have a meeting
Example: This meeting room holds at least 80 people comfortably

location /ləʊˈkeɪʃn/
(n) a place where something happens or exists
Example: The location of the meeting was changed from the Red Room to the Green Room

overcrowded /ˌəʊvəˈkraʊdɪd/
(adj) with too many people or things
Example: Too many poor people are living in overcrowded conditions

register /ˈredʒɪstə(r)/
(n, v) to record your/ / somebody / something name on an official list
Example: According to the register, more than 250 people attended the afternoon seminar

select /sɪˈlekt/
(v) to choose somebody / something from a group
Example: The winners were a select group

session /ˈseʃn/
(n) a period of time that is spent doing a particular activity
Example: The morning sessions tend to fill up first, so sign up early

take part in
take part in
(v) to be involved in something
Example: We could not get enough people to take part in the meeting, so we canceled it