noun see cater

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  • caterer — ca‧ter‧er [ˈkeɪtərə ǁ rər] noun [countable] a person or company that provides food and drink for organizations: • The caterers need to know how many people will be attending. • Hospital caterers are struggling with some severe economic… …   Financial and business terms

  • Caterer — Ca ter*er, n. One who caters. [1913 Webster] The little fowls in the air have God for Their provider and caterer. Shelton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • caterer — index supplier Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • caterer — mid 15c. (earlier simply cater, mid 14c.; late 13c. as a surname), aphetic from acatour, from O.N.Fr. acatour buyer (see CATER (Cf. cater)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • caterer — [kāt′ər ər] n. one who caters; esp., one whose business is providing food and service as for parties …   English World dictionary

  • Caterer — Ca|te|rer 〈[kɛı ] m. 3〉 Person od. Firma, die das Catering für eine Party, eine Veranstaltung, für Fluggäste o. Ä. übernimmt * * * Ca|te|rer [ keɪtərɐ ], der; s, [engl. caterer, zu: to cater, ↑ Catering] (Fachspr.): auf das Catering… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • caterer — UK [ˈkeɪtərə(r)] / US [ˈkeɪtərər] noun [countable] Word forms caterer : singular caterer plural caterers a person or business that organizes the food and drinks for an event such as a party or meeting …   English dictionary

  • caterer — cater ► VERB chiefly Brit. 1) (cater for) provide food and drink at (a social event). 2) (cater for/to) provide with what is needed or required. 3) (cater for) take into account. 4) (cater to) satisfy (a need or demand) …   English terms dictionary

  • caterer — /kay teuhr euhr/, n. 1. one whose business is to provide food, supplies, and sometimes service at social gatherings. 2. one who caters. [1585 95; CATER + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • caterer — noun /ˈkeɪtərər/ someone hired to prepare food for a special occasion, such as a party See Also: cater …   Wiktionary

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