cater

All Verb Noun
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  • Info The name Cater is part of the ancient legacy of the Anglo-Saxon tribes of Great Britain. more...
  • You want to make him happy and you want to cater to him.
  • As a result of many years experience even large groups can be catered for.
  • All three events are well attended and cater to families with younger children.
  • All levels of education are catered for by both private and public schools.
  • Public transport is also catered for by the new railway station that has been built.
  • They offer products and services that cater for various financial needs and security.
  • She grew up on a horse farm that catered for children with special needs.
  • Numerous schools for primary education are also established in the city to cater to the local population.
  • In the past few years, efforts have been made to cater for the local young people.
  • Students can also create clubs to cater to a specific interest area.
  • It catered for both girls and boys of a wide age range.
  • It catered for both girls and boys, but originally they were taught in separate buildings.
  • Private and other schools are also well catered for in nearby towns.
  • A public market was later constructed to cater to the needs of the people.
  • This campus has a special staff to cater for the boys academic needs.
  • The school was created to cater for students from the international community but host-country students are also accepted.
  • His widow later revealed that Cater considered at one point leaving the government.
  • Students are catered for in a variety of state and private schools.
  • In addition, there are also political organizations that cater to different students.
  • There are a few organizations that cater to these local short tracks.
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Synonyms of cater

Meaning of cater

  • verb Supply food ready to eat; for parties and banquets