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cater
verb (catered , catering ) only in phrases below.
[17c as verb ; 15c in obsolete sense -a buyer of provisions-: from French acater to buy]
cater for someone or something
1 to supply food, accommodation or entertainment for them.
2 to make provision for them; to take them into account.
cater to something to indulge or pander to (unworthy desires, etc).


caterer
noun a person whose profession is to provide food, etc for social occasions.


catering
noun
1 the provision of food, etc.
2 the activity or job of a caterer.


caterpillar pronunciación
noun
1 the larva of a butterfly, moth or sawfly, which has a segmented worm-like body, often hairy or conspicuously patterned, several pairs of legs and strong jaws.
2 (usu Caterpillar) trademark
a a continuous band or track made up of metal plates driven by cogs, used instead of wheels on heavy vehicles for travelling over rough surfaces;
b a vehicle fitted with such tracks.
[15c: probably from French chatepelose hairy cat]


caterwaul
verb (caterwauled , caterwauling ) intr
1 said of a cat: to make a loud high wailing noise.
2 to wail or shriek in this way.
noun a loud high wail.
[14c: imitating the sound]
caterwauling noun .


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