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Translation of "cater" - English-Spanish dictionary

cater

verb   /ˈkeɪ.tər/
to provide, and sometimes serve, food encargarse del servicio de comida y bebida (para), cocinar I’m catering for twelve on Sunday – the whole family is coming. Which firm will be catering at the wedding reception? US Who catered your party?853
→  Phrasal verbs cater for sb/sth , cater to sb/sth
(Definition of cater from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cater

verb /ˈkeitə/
to provide food etc proveer comida, abastecer They cater for all types of functions including wedding receptions.
to supply what is needed atender a, satisfacer The college caters for all educational needs.
caterer noun
proveedor They brought in outside caterers to do the food for the party.
catering noun
catering, aprovisamiento She started her career in catering as a chef in a small local restaurant.
(Definition of cater from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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