attend, go to(verb)
be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc.
"She attends class regularly"; "I rarely attend services at my church"; "did you go to the meeting?"
attend, take care, look, see(verb)
take charge of or deal with
"Could you see about lunch?"; "I must attend to this matter"; "She took care of this business"
date, experience, bet, figure, seem, go out, give ear, hear, look, attend to, reckon, examine, go through, mind, witness, find, view, go steady, take in, get word, consider, pay heed, meet, expect, visualize, check, construe, encounter, determine, see, find out, see to it, project, picture, front, search, depend, catch, regard, calculate, realise, control, go to, escort, assure, envision, watch, await, run into, count, run across, come across, get a line, visualise, image, face, get wind, ensure, pick up, understand, hang, serve, ascertain, advert, wait, appear, interpret, learn, realize, assist, visit, fancy, discover, insure, wait on, take care
to accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result
"Menuhin's playing was attended by a 15-minute standing ovation"
serve, attend to, wait on, attend, assist(verb)
work for or be a servant to
"May I serve you?"; "She attends the old lady in the wheelchair"; "Can you wait on our table, please?"; "Is a salesperson assisting you?"; "The minister served the King for many years"
serve, process, aid, help, dish up, pay heed, answer, go to, dish out, function, look, attend to, take to heart, suffice, service, take care, advert, assist, serve up, give ear, wait on, serve well, swear out, dish, do, see, hang
attend, hang, advert, pay heed, give ear(verb)
give heed (to)
"The children in the audience attended the recital quietly"; "She hung on his every word"; "They attended to everything he said"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Anything that comes after or goes after another, either in space or in time, is said to follow it. A servant follows or attends his master; a victorious general may follow the retiring enemy merely to watch and hold him in check; he chases or pursues with intent to overtake and attack; the chase is closer and hotter than the pursuit. (Compare synonyms for HUNT.) One event may follow another either with or without special connection; if it ensues, there is some orderly connection; as, the ensuing year; if it results from another, there is some relation of effect, consequence, or inference. A clerk observes his employer's directions. A child obeys his parent's commands, follows or copies his example, imitates his speech and manners. The compositor follows copy; the incoming succeeds the outgoing official.
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How to use attend in a sentence?
We have had to attend kids who have sexually abused other kids, kids who handle guns and are in crime gangs, the kids are going to keep committing crimes, we know, because the state is not properly prepared to stop them.
Today, the world has lost one of the greats of magic, but I have lost my best friend, from the moment we met, I knew Roy and I, together, would change the world. There could be no Siegfried without Roy, and no Roy without Siegfried. CELEBRITIES WHO HAVE TESTED POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn (R) attend the 19th annual Keep Memory Alive 'Power of Love Gala' benefit for the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health honoring Andrea Bocelli and Veronica Bocelli at MGM Grand Garden Arena on June 13, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Getty) Roy was a fighter his whole life including during these final days.
The reality of running for Governor - even four years from now – in America’s largest, most diverse state demands that I start raising resources now if we’re going to lead a conversation worthy of the 38 million people who live, work, attend school and raise families in the Golden State.
If we attend continually and promptly to the little that we can do, we shall ere long be surprised to find how little remains that we cannot do.
The aspirations that people have for better life for their children -- in which they are reaching out in hope, as many people who have come to this country have -- those aspirations were placed in their heart by God. We have to attend to that, this is not something that they're wanting on their own but God has always called us to a better life, has always called us to experiencing how we can provide for our families in a better way.
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- обръщам внимание, посещавам, грижа се, прислужвам, присъствамBulgarian
- účastnit se, zúčastnit seCzech
- besuchen, kümmern, beachten, teilnehmenGerman
- παραβρίσκομαι, φροντίζω, μεριμνώ, παρευρίσκομαι, παρίσταμαιGreek
- ocupar, asistir, atenderSpanish
- hoitaa, osallistua, huolehtia, huoli, läsnä, olla, pitääFinnish
- assister, présentFrench
- sgeadaichScottish Gaelic
- eljár, jár, részt veszHungarian
- 立ち会う, 出席Japanese
- aanwezig zijn, bijwonen, volgenDutch
- uczęszczać, brać udziałPolish
- [[participar]] [[de]], [[estar]] [[presente]] [[em]], assistirPortuguese
- посещать, присутствоватьRussian
- delta, närvaraSwedish
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