cater to (someone or something)

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cater to (someone or something)

1. To assist or provide something to a person or business. As a personal assistant, I cater to busy professionals who need help managing their lives.
2. To give special treatment or consideration to someone, perhaps to an excessive degree. They're our biggest account, so we usually end up catering to them to make sure they're completely satisfied with the service. My sister has been catering to my every whim ever since I caught her sneaking in past curfew.
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cater to someone or something

 
1. Lit. to provide for or care for someone or something. I believe that we can cater to you in this matter. Our company caters to larger firms that do not wish to maintain a service department.
2. Fig. to provide special or favorable treatment for someone or something. I'm sorry, but I cannot cater to you and not to the others. We do not have the time to cater to special requests.
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In addition, if US immigration policies are tightened and outsourcing activities are reduced during Trump's drive to bring jobs back, this could hurt both the Philippines' current account surplus and domestic demand via lower overseas worker remittances (we estimate 30 percent of remittances come from the US) and lower foreign exchange revenues/employment from the BPO sector, which mostly cater to US corporations,' Nomura explained.
At present, the bulk of contact center services that have been outsourced to Philippines cater to US corporations handling American consumers.
UST Global will establish a development centre at Leon in Mexico to cater to US, Mexican and Latin American markets.
The multi-billion dollar expansion of its liquified natural gas facilities, completed last year, was expected to cater to US demand.
Although the Philippines is now the world leader in call centres, the story did not provide any evidence that a USAID-run programme called Job Enabling English Proficiency (Jeep) actually supplied workers to Manila's call centres that cater to US corporations.
We don't go to other countries and expect them to totally cater to us and speak our language, and also not have to follow their laws
The products, however, would have be be different to cater to US consumers' tastes.
Along with some nine other Jordanian partners who prefer to remain anonymous, Salah has great hopes that joint ventures with Israeli companies which cater to US and European markets will increase.
It will also work closely with the university system in Serbia to ensure that students are properly trained in the technical skills necessary to cater to US technology companies and start-ups.