Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Caterer"

The meaning of "Caterer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does caterer mean?
A: A person whose job is to make food for events.

Example: "I am going to hire a caterer for my birthday party."

Synonyms of "Caterer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Among the possible caterers, Sam's Food was highly chosen for its extensive menu. and Among the possible caterers, Sam's Food was specifically chosen for its extensive menu. ?
A: If something is specifically chosen, that’s the only option they wanted. Sam’s Food fits the event.

Highly chosen sounds more like a strong suggestion or if there was an option, most people would opt for that.
Q: What is the difference between which caterer are we going to check out today? and which caterer are we going to check today? ?
A: There's no difference actually. They're both the same thing and you may use either one. But 'check out' is kind of like a idiom or phrase.

Examples:-
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1. Hey dude! Check out my new car!
2. Check this answer please.

Check out is more of a casual, slang that alot of people. It mostly depends on the context.

Hope this helps. :)

Other questions about "Caterer"

Q: Among the possible caterers, Sam's Food was highly chosen for its extensive menu. In fact, in a certified English test it tells us to use specifically instead of highly. However in my thought highly is also natural enough for native speakers to be confused. Is there anyone who can explain the reason? does this sound natural?
A: caterers
Q: Please show me how to pronounce caterer.
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