|Origin:||cater 'someone who provides food, caterer' (14-17 centuries), from Anglo-French acatour, from Old North French acater 'to buy'|
ca‧ter [intransitive and transitive]
to provide and serve food and drinks at a party, meeting etc, usually as a business
This is the biggest event we've ever catered for.
Joan has catered functions for up to 200 people.
cater for somebody/somethingphrasal verb
an LA bank catering to Asian businesses
Vegetarians are well catered for.
Most perfume ads cater to male fantasies.