All Noun Verb
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  • There are four separate buildings providing modern self-contained units for catering supply companies.
  • Both of his parents made a living by doing catering services.
  • They may also contain basic kitchen facilities for student use outside catering hours.
  • The catering is usually signed with a private contract, for each city.
  • Particularly extensive facilities have been made for the arts, catering and foreign languages.
  • A variety of courses are available, catering to different age groups and length of course.
  • The city has many places of worship catering to the multi-religious population.
  • The course includes a club house and a bar with a function room and catering facilities.
  • Self-catering is popular amongst the local population and visitors to the area.
  • Many small private companies have been started recently, mostly in the areas of commerce and catering industry.
  • There are several primary and secondary schools catering for all races and all areas of the town.
  • However a few months later both titles would move in their own directions, catering for platform specific games.
  • Major retail locations often offer catering services within their local area.
  • New state of the art catering facilities and changing rooms were also installed.
  • His father kept a small catering operation on the outskirts of the city.
  • A community club, mainly catering for the city's West Indian community.
  • It provides a wide array of facilities catering to the whole family and especially younger children.
  • In the late 17th century a small amount of industry did develop, catering to the military.
  • There are many shops in the area catering to all needs of the people.
  • Half of the original primary school is now used as a behavioural centre catering to problem students.
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Root form of catering is cater for the verb.

Synonyms of catering

Meaning of catering

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