Cater

The name Cater is part of the ancient legacy of the Anglo-Saxon tribes of Great Britain. The name was taken on by someone who worked as a caterer. The surname Cater was official name, `the cater`, derived from the Old French ale catour, a little meaning a buyer of groceries for the gentleman`s house. They were in charge of maintaining provision......
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Cater

• (n.) To provide food; to buy, procure, or prepare provisions. • (v. t.) To cut diagonally. • (n.) A provider; a purveyor; a caterer. • (n.) The four of cards or dice. • (n.) By extension: To supply what is needed or desired, at theatrical or musical entertainments; -- followed by for or to.
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Cater

Ca'ter intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Catered ; present participle & verbal noun Catering .] [ From Cater , noun ] 1. To provide food; to buy, procure, or prepare provisions. ...
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Cater

Ca'ter noun [ Middle English catour purchaser, caterer, Old French acator , from acater , French acheter , to buy, provide, from Late Latin accaptare ; Latin ad + captare to strive, to seize, intens, of capere to take, seize. Confer Acater ,
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Cater

Ca'ter transitive verb To cut diagonally. [ Obsolete] Halliwell.
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cater

[v] - supply food ready to eat
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