Origin of cater
OTHER WORDS FROM caterca·ter·ing·ly, adverbun·ca·tered, adjectiveun·ca·ter·ing, adjective
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How to use cater in a sentence
Mellaart decided that a male-dominated society would never produce female figures like the ones he’d found because they didn’t cater to “male impulse and desire.”What archaeologists got wrong about female statues, goddesses, and fertility|Annalee Newitz|February 10, 2021|Popular-Science
Industry Dive is designing its new space to cater to a combination of in-office and remote work, Hargreaves said, investing in more screens and spaces that can support virtual meetings.Publishers look to allay employee fears over a return to the office by offering additional flexibility|Jessica Davies|February 10, 2021|Digiday
So, at seven months pregnant, she decided to take things into her own hands and create her own maternity and postpartum clothing brand, catering to expecting and new moms at all stages.The future of maternity workwear is all in the details|Rachel King|January 31, 2021|Fortune
Don’t ignore a game just because it’s linked to a company you’ve never heard of The amount of top-notch indie games catering to anyone and everyone is my favorite thing about modern gaming.Video gaming is for everybody now. Here’s how to get back into it.|Harry Guinness|January 25, 2021|Popular-Science
You have all these people catering to your needs, taking care of you.From Olympic medalist to Capitol rioter: The fall of Klete Keller|Dave Sheinin, Rick Maese|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
And you can expect designers and retailers to cater to them too.
Several events specifically cater to kids, making this a fun excursion for the whole family.
As you might guess, Newt is decidedly one of the people to which these agencies cater.
Department stores opened to cater to an increasingly powerful middle class that no longer felt shy about displaying its wealth.
American field kitchens arrived with everything to cater to the raw hunger of battle, including ice cream machines.
Whenever a business assumes certain proportions, subsidiary businesses spring up to cater to the needs of the larger enterprise.
I reckon I know your tastes so that I can cater for you and—is there any limit to what we may order?Dorothy's Travels|Evelyn Raymond
But the visitor in quest of silver work, jewellery, or embroidery will find there many shopkeepers ready to cater for his wants.The Panjab, North-West Frontier Province, and Kashmir|Sir James McCrone Douie
"While we have many music-lovers in America, it is nevertheless a difficult matter to cater to our public," Max replied.Memoirs of an American Prima Donna|Clara Louise Kellogg
They appeal and cater remarkably to my vanity—and are pleasant and unreal and vain and fatuous and fond and piquant.I, Mary MacLane|Mary MacLane