As a proper noun cater
As a noun banquet is
a large celebratory meal; a feast.
As a verb banquet is
to participate in a banquet; to feast.
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To provide food professionally for a special occasion.
To provide things to satisfy a person or a need, to serve.
- Did you hire someone to cater our party next week?
- I always wanted someone to cater to my every whim.
* cater for
* cater to
(obsolete) A provider; a purveyor; a caterer.
(obsolete) To cut diagonally.
A large celebratory meal; a feast.
(archaic) A dessert; a course of sweetmeats.
- We'll dine in the great room, but let the music / And banquet be prepared here.
To participate in a banquet; to feast.
(obsolete) To have dessert after a feast.
- Were it a draught for Juno when she banquets , I would not taste thy treasonous offer.
To treat with a banquet or sumptuous entertainment of food; to feast.
- Where they did both sup and banquet .
- Just in time to banquet / The illustrious company assembled there.