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    "cater to" or "cater for"??

    Nowadays publishers always cater for public's taste.

    Nowadays publishers always cater to public's taste.
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    Which one is correct?? Thanks:)

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    Re: "cater to" or "cater for"??

    I use 'cater for', and here I'd use the before public and make taste plural.

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