English words and Examples of Usage

use "cater" in a sentence

It is supposed to cater to young travelers with $35 a night rates.

I think our coaches have done a good job of - we don’t cater down to young guys.

For restaurants that cater to less affluent customers, this may be a wild dream.

But not all cater to busy markets or what he called the “elite foodie community.”

What is new is the impact those two trends have on places that cater to middle-class shoppers.

European brands tend to cater to higher income families who want to buy a bit of prestige.

For the first time, a pageant will cater for Deal’s stunners, even if they are married with kids.

Compass Point is also raising price expectations for several builders who cater to younger buyers.

Cinemas in Bahrain are said to cater mostly to foreign visitors or guest workers.

Whitewater rafting tours in Morocco cater to those tourists seeking the thrill of danger and speed.

South Africa's government has developed an efficient transportation industry to cater to the ever-expanding tourism industry.

The idol dramas cater primarily to the teen or 20s age group.

Evening, weekend, and online classes cater to women and men with busy schedules.

In 1880, an additional two platforms were constructed to cater for traffic growth.

"Marriage brokers in Vietnam cater to S. Korean bachelors.33.

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