1 TV programmes should cater to all tastes.
2 In the contemporary western world, rapidly changing styles cater to a desire for novelty and individualism.
3 Schools often fail to cater for the needs of gifted children.
4 I expect he will be able to cater for your particular needs.
5 They only publish novels which cater to the mass market.
6 The chef was happy to cater to the tastes of his highly sophisticated clientele.
7 The local chain concept is simple: identify your customer, cater to their tastes and once successful, expand within a neighborhood.
8 To cater to the rich and famous, in the 1970s, it created its first Celebrity Centre International in Hollywood, where Bette Davis and Clark Gable once frolicked.
9 Bea gathered estimates from caterers, florists, and stationers so that she could predetermine the costs of holding a catered buffet.
10 The caterers prepared a delicious repast for Fred and Judy's wedding day.
11 A chance conversation led to a brilliant new career for the young catering student.
12 To top it all off one of the catering staff managed to slice their finger cutting cheese.
13 The supercilious headwaiter sneered at customers whom he thought did not fit in at a restaurant catering to an ultrafashionable crowd.
14 This restaurant often caters for large banquets.
15 That shop caters exclusively to the weaker sex.