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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of cater.

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Examples

  • Transitioning away from what Team USA Minnesota runner Meghan Peyton called the "catered" lifestyle of collegiate athletics takes a certain degree of confidence to eschew job security for the thrill of competing professionally.

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  • None has mentioned getting cash, but they almost always get a bottle of Torres 10 or a "catered" meal (carnitas, e.g.) sent to the operating staff a day or so after the operation.

    Tips in the hospital

  • None has mentioned getting cash, but they almost always get a bottle of Torres 10 or a "catered" meal (carnitas, e.g.) sent to the operating staff a day or so after the operation.

    Tips in the hospital

  • None has mentioned getting cash, but they almost always get a bottle of Torres 10 or a "catered" meal (carnitas, e.g.) sent to the operating staff a day or so after the operation.

    Tips in the hospital

  • None has mentioned getting cash, but they almost always get a bottle of Torres 10 or a "catered" meal (carnitas, e.g.) sent to the operating staff a day or so after the operation.

    Tips in the hospital

  • None has mentioned getting cash, but they almost always get a bottle of Torres 10 or a "catered" meal (carnitas, e.g.) sent to the operating staff a day or so after the operation.

    Tips in the hospital

  • None has mentioned getting cash, but they almost always get a bottle of Torres 10 or a "catered" meal (carnitas, e.g.) sent to the operating staff a day or so after the operation.

    Tips in the hospital

  • None has mentioned getting cash, but they almost always get a bottle of Torres 10 or a "catered" meal (carnitas, e.g.) sent to the operating staff a day or so after the operation.

    Tips in the hospital

  • None has mentioned getting cash, but they almost always get a bottle of Torres 10 or a "catered" meal (carnitas, e.g.) sent to the operating staff a day or so after the operation.

    Tips in the hospital

  • The groom's father "catered" it as a gift to us (he loves to cook) and made a beautiful buffet for the reception.

    Irish Artists of the Mid-1800's

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