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cater in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcaterca‧ter /ˈkeɪtə $ -ər/ ●○○ verb [intransitive, transitive]  DFBto provide and serve food and drinks at a party, meeting etc, usually as a businesscater for This is the biggest event we’ve ever catered for. Joan has catered functions for up to 200 people. cater for somebody/something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
caterCertainly all tastes are catered for at Club Venus.Batch processes are designed to cater for five times as many entries as are currently stored in tables.a catered lunchLately, the restaurant chain, which caters mainly to blue-collar diners, has been hurt by competition.The marketplace caters to the requirements of advertisers.cater forCabin staff will cater to your every need.The market now caters mainly to tourists.Children are well catered for at the Hotel Paradiso.The hostel caters for single people who are unable to find affordable accommodation.