cate


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cate

 (kāt)
n. Archaic
A choice or dainty food; a delicacy.

[Short for acate, from Middle English acat, a purchase, from Norman French, from acater, to buy; see cater.]

cate

(keɪt)
n
see cates

cate

(keɪt)

n. Usu., cates.
Archaic. a choice food; delicacy; dainty.
[1425–75; back formation from late Middle English cates, aph. variant of Middle English acates things bought, pl. of acat buying < Old North French, n. derivative of acater to buy]
Translations
Käte
References in classic literature ?
He could draw well enough and he had many odd deli- cate thoughts hidden away in his brain that might have expressed themselves through the brush of a painter, but he was always a child and that was a handicap to his worldly development.
He stood there for a moment in the moonlight with his deli- cate hooked nose set a little askew, and his mica eyes glittering without a wink, then, with a curt Good night, he strode off.
More than the setback, Ten Cate was not happy with the way the television media grilled him over his tactics of fielding new set of players in every match.
Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome affects only eight in every 10,000 people in the UK - and sufferers like Cate face a struggle to get the right diagnosis.
Cate Drilling Solutions is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, and is active in the states of Utah, Nevada, Wyoming and Idaho.
Describing the performance on Sunday, Cate said: "We launched the single with 1,200 pupils singing the whole song together for the very first time.
Cate said: "It's something called 'lonely bouquet' where you leave flowers outside for someone to find.
Director of Wake & Cate, George Dadoudis, says: "We spent a couple of years researching different locations including London, Birmingham and Manchester.
Vaughn may make this a cross-gender read, but narrator star Cate will draw enough female readers to require more than one library copy.
Cate will help strengthen Zebra's indirect channel strategy with a focus on the launch and ongoing management of the new PartnerConnect programme and tools that attract and retain value-added channel partners to represent and sell Zebra products and services around the world.
6 WOODY ALLEN auditioned Cate over the phone for 45 seconds for her lead role in Blue Jasmine.
Cate, 46, revealed: "We've got Dashiell, Roman and Ignatius.