someone who procures customers for whores (in England they call a pimp a ponce)
yield (to); give satisfaction to
arrange for sexual partners for others
- Since she was an only child, her parents pandered to her every whim.
- The newspapers there pander to people's interest in crime and violence.
- pander to 迎合
In his quest for popular support, he panders to the least responsible elements in the community.出自：Times
A young poet who did not seek to pander to fashion.出自： M. Meyer
She pandered to Leslie's fetish for economy.出自： N. Annan
He accused you of pandering in my affair with Felix.出自： M. Flanagan