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    to cater to someone's taste

    dear all,
    can someone tell me the meaning of it?

    tks...jean


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    Re: to cater to someone's taste

    Quote Originally Posted by jean karson View Post
    dear all,
    can someone tell me the meaning of it?

    tks...jean
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    Re: to cater to someone's taste

    Quote Originally Posted by jean karson View Post
    dear all,
    can someone tell me the meaning of it?

    tks...jean
    My sister-in-law does not eat beef or pork, so in order to cater to her taste, I will make either fish or chicken for dinner when she comes.

    I am not a teacher.

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