Definition of 'cater'
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The couturiers were starting to cater for the wealthy woman executive. YELLOW BIRD (2001)It does not require me to bow and scrape and cater to your every idiotic whim. TREASON KEEP (2001)Luke and his people usually cater for this do, but they're snowed under right now. MAN AND WIFE (2001)
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In Common Usage. cater is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cater'
British English: cater VERB
to cater for sth To cater for a group of people means to provide all the things that they need or want.
This resort is the sort of place that caters for families.
Definition of cater from the Collins English Dictionary
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