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

The meaning of "Catering" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does catering mean?
A: It is when a person or company is paid money to provide food and drinks to a party, such as a wedding. They sometimes bring the food to the event or if there is a kitchen area, then they might cook it right there where the event is held.
Q: What does catering mean?
A: Normally it's a business that provides food and drink for events.
Q: What does He is catering to his wife's demands. mean?
A: The husband is doing what his wife is telling him to do.

Synonyms of "Catering" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between catering and buffet ?
A: Catering is hiring a company to bring prepared food to an event. A buffet is a table where guests go to serve themselves food. Some buffets are catered events, but some are in restaurants.
Q: What is the difference between catering and delivery ?
A: Delivery is where the food is brought to you, but you serve yourself. Catering is where the food provider serves as well. Large parties are usually catered.

I would order pizza for delivery tonight, but I would have my wedding party catered.
Q: What is the difference between catering and pantry ?
A: pantry is where you stock food(cans, flour,sugar,jam,eggs) that you don't place in fridge(milk, cheese,leftovers).
it's basically a food storage cupboard.
catering is a collective word similar to gourmet, it means dealing with food, and cooking.
it comes from the word (to cater) which it to take care of.. and such....

Translations of "Catering"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? catering / caterer
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? catering bezmleczy
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Other questions about "Catering"

Q: 1.She became a catering sales on a bullet train at last January.

2. She became a catering sales on a bullet train since last January. She likes her job.

3.She became a catering sales on a bullet train from last January. She didn’t get used to and left there.
does this sound natural?
A: × 1. She became a catering sales on a bullet train at last January.
✓ 1. She became a catering salesperson on a bullet train last January.

× 2. She became a catering sales on a bullet train since last January.
✓ 2. She became a catering salesperson on a bullet train last January. OR// She has been a catering salesperson on a bullet train since last January.

× 3. She became a catering sales on a bullet train from last January.
✓ 3. She became a catering salesperson on a bullet train last January.

× She didn’t get used to and left there.
✓ She couldn't get used to it and left.

Q: What 'catering' means and when do we use this word?
A: catering means providing food and drink usually at events.
Q: The catering service provider contracted by my company raised prices of snacks that are sold from a vending machine. does this sound natural?
A: I would take out the (a) between from and vending. unless you are only talking about one
Q: If I changed who I am radically just for catering to the needs of others, I wouldn't be happy even if I won applause from the whole world because of that. does this sound natural?
A: It's very naturally written, but this text sounds like it's from a movie. You could say this, but it might be a bit dramatic depending on the atmosphere.
I personally would say "If I changed who I am just to please others, I wouldn't be happy."

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