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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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The Caterer Middle East Awards 2018 ceremony will include 16 categories in total.
Talking to Radio Pakistan, one of the caterers, said that his kitchen is providing meal to the pilgrims over the last four years.
One should take necessary steps that might help in finding a caterer that best suits their needs.
He said that earlier this month Saudi Arabia started making it obligatory on restaurants and caterers to indicate if the meat or chicken is fresh, local, chilled or frozen besides mentioning its source and date of slaughter.
The caterer was a full-time stockbroker, and worked catering on the side.
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The caterers will be supplying a range of food at sporting events to the north and west of the park.
An industry insider told Caterer that the awards are expected to be announced by September, but added that there was unlikely to be any changes of operators.
The caterer, Prem Dubb, himself a Sikh, appealed against a decision at Oxford County Court in November 2008 when the damages were awarded after a finding of negligence.
WIRRAL'S new mayor last night defended choosing a caterer from outside the borough for the council's most important civic event of the year.
Airline caterer Gate Gourmet said it has taken the first step to expand into India.
But catering at home can cost even more, depending on the reputation, size and location of the caterer.
As a result of this outbreak, we have recommended that whenever entire units, departments, or shifts of first responders in our jurisdiction are involved in shared dining activities, efforts should be made to obtain food items from more than 1 caterer for each meal.
check] Give the caterer details of the event, including number of expected attendees, date, time and location.