cater

Cater vs Gratify - What's the difference?

cater | gratify |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a verb gratify is

to please.

Cater vs Catering - What's the difference?

cater | catering |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a noun catering is

the business of providing food and related services; foodservice.

As a verb catering is

.

Cater vs Content - What's the difference?

cater | content |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a noun content is

(uncountable) that which is contained or content can be satisfaction; contentment.

As an adjective content is

satisfied; in a state of satisfaction.

As a verb content is

to give contentment or satisfaction; to satisfy; to gratify; to appease.

Cater vs Banquet - What's the difference?

cater | banquet |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a noun banquet is

a large celebratory meal; a feast.

As a verb banquet is

to participate in a banquet; to feast.

Waiter vs Cater - What's the difference?

waiter | cater |


As a noun waiter

is a male or sometimes female attendant who or similar.

As a proper noun cater is

.

Cater vs Regale - What's the difference?

cater | regale |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a verb regale is

.

Cater vs Regal - What's the difference?

cater | regal |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a noun regal is

shelf.

Cater vs Equip - What's the difference?

cater | equip |


As a proper noun cater

is .

As a verb equip is

to furnish for service, or against a need or exigency; to fit out; to supply with whatever is necessary to efficient action in any way; to provide with arms or an armament, stores, munitions, rigging, etc; -- said especially of ships and of troops dryden.

Cater vs Gear - What's the difference?

cater | gear |


As proper nouns the difference between cater and gear

is that cater is while gear is feb (february).

Provision vs Cater - What's the difference?

provision | cater |


As a noun provision

is provision.

As a proper noun cater is

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