Definition of 'caterer'
Example sentences containing 'caterer'
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Only over the coffee did Sarah mention that she had had a caterer prepare and bring in the meal. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)She made a note to phone the florist and the caterer later, then she wiped the messages from the machine. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)Marcia brought out a package the caterer had placed there earlier, at her instruction. THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSS (2002)
Trends of 'caterer'
Used Rarely. caterer is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'caterer'
British English: caterer NOUN
Caterers are people or companies that provide food for a place such as an office or for special occasions such as weddings and parties.
The caterers were already laying out the tables for lunch.
- American English: caterer
- Brazilian Portuguese: serviço de bufê
- Chinese: > 餐饮供应者为办公、婚礼、派对等的
- European Spanish: servicio de catering
- French: traiteur
- German: Caterer
- Italian: fornitore di catering
- Japanese: 配膳業者
- Korean: 연회 담당자
- European Portuguese: fornecedores de serviço de restauração
- Spanish: servicio de catering
Definition of caterer from the Collins English Dictionary
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