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Accomodate vs Cater - What's the difference?

accomodate | cater |


As a verb accomodate

is .

As a proper noun cater is

.

Prepare vs Cater - What's the difference?

prepare | cater |


As a verb prepare

is .

As a proper noun cater is

.

Cater vs Indulge - What's the difference?

cater | indulge |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a verb indulge is

: to yield to a temptation or desire.

Promote vs Cater - What's the difference?

promote | cater |


As a verb promote

is to raise (someone) to a more important, responsible, or remunerative job or rank.

As a proper noun cater is

.

Cater vs Account - What's the difference?

cater | account |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a noun account is

(accounting) a registry of pecuniary transactions; a written or printed statement of business dealings or debts and credits, and also of other things subjected to a reckoning or review.

As a verb account is

to provide explanation.

Cater vs Make - What's the difference?

cater | make |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a noun make is

skin (on liquids), sputum, placenta.

Curate vs Cater - What's the difference?

curate | cater |


As a noun curate

is an assistant rector or vicar.

As a verb curate

is to act as a curator for.

As a proper noun cater is

.

Cater vs Delivery - What's the difference?

cater | delivery |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a noun delivery is

the act of conveying something.

Cater vs Contribute - What's the difference?

cater | contribute |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a verb contribute is

to give something, that is or becomes part of a larger whole.

Cater vs Cover - What's the difference?

cater | cover |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a noun cover is

cover version, cover song.

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