All Noun Verb
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  • The government primary health centre also caters to all patients free of charge.
  • The university has a main library near its city campus and caters to all students, staff and public.
  • The Pre school programme caters for children from age two starting with play groups.
  • The hospital now has a dedicated cancer unit that caters for the local population.
  • Department of Physical Education caters the student population of the university in sports.
  • It caters to the older readers so that they do not feel felt out.
  • Service industry located here caters to needs of the surrounding area.
  • The school also caters for exchange students from around the world.
  • The primary section caters for boys from seven to twelve years.
  • The region caters to these follow regions and their state soccer association.
  • The school now caters for children from a wide rural area.
  • The university library caters to the information needs of the academic community.
  • It caters for primary school to senior high school level.
  • A regular singing group at the Rose Theatre caters to schools and families.
  • The club caters for all standards of players, with players new to the game especially welcome.
  • Another library in the town caters solely for children and young people.
  • The school caters for the international, professional, and local business communities.
  • The handball club caters for both men and women in teams and individual events.
  • Institute has one shopping centre which caters to the needs of the students and residents.
  • The school is non-selective and therefore caters for a wide ability range of students.
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Root form of caters is cater for the verb.

Words starting with caters

Meaning of caters

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