attend definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to-be current at: attended class.
    • To be current at: attended class.
    • To come with as a circumstance or follow thus: The speech had been attended by wild applause.
    • To come with as a circumstance or follow consequently: The address ended up being attended by crazy applause.
    • To come with or wait upon as a companion or servant.
    • To come with or wait upon as a companion or servant.
    • to manage (a sick individual, including). See Synonyms at tend2.
    • To take care of (a sick person, as an example). See Synonyms at tend2.
    • To take-charge of: They went to our affairs during our lack.
    • To take charge of: They went to our affairs during our absence.
    • to be controlled by; heed: attended my every word.
    • to hear; heed: attended my every word.
    • Archaic to wait patiently for; expect.
    • Archaic to hold back for; expect.
    • To direct the attention to; to fix your brain upon; to provide heed to; to consider.
    • To direct the attention to; to correct the mind upon; to offer heed to; to consider.
    • to look after; to maintain; to take control of; to watch over.
    • To go or stick with, as a companion, nursing assistant, or servant; to consult with professionally, as a doctor; to come with or follow in order to do solution; to escort; to wait patiently on; to offer.
    • to look after; to take care of; to take-charge of; to watch over.
    • going or stick with, as a companion, nursing assistant, or servant; to see expertly, as a physician; to come with or follow to do solution; to escort; to wait on; to provide.
    • To be current with; to accompany; become united or consequent to.
    • is current at.
    • to-be present with; to accompany; become united or consequent to.
    • to-be current at.
    • to hold back for; to await; to remain, abide, or be waiting for you for.
    • to wait patiently for; to await; to remain, abide, or perhaps available for.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • becoming present.
    • become present.
    • To be careful; give interest: We'll focus on that issue later on.
    • To be mindful; give attention: We'll focus on that issue later on.
    • to make use of or direct yourself: taken care of their particular business.
    • to put on or direct oneself: dealt with their particular company.
    • to cover interest: attended disinterestedly on debate.
    • to pay for attention: attended disinterestedly on debate.
    • to keep prepared offer; wait.
    • To remain prepared provide; wait.
    • Obsolete To delay or wait.
    • Obsolete To wait or wait.
    • to use your brain, or give consideration, with a view to view, comprehend, or comply; to pay regard; to heed; to listen; -- often accompanied by to.
    • to put on your head, or consider, with a view to view, comprehend, or comply; to pay respect; to heed; to pay attention; -- frequently followed closely by to.
    • To accompany or be present or near-at-hand, in pursuance of task; become prepared for service; to attend or be in waiting; -- usually followed closely by on or upon.
    • To come with or be current or near at hand, in pursuance of duty; is ready for solution; to hold back or be in waiting; -- often followed closely by on or upon.
    • (with to) To take control of; to maintain.
    • (with to) To take-charge of; to take care of.
    • to attend; to remain; to postpone.
    • to wait patiently; to stay; to hesitate.
  • verb:
    • alternate as a type of atend ("to kindle").
    • alternate type of atend ("to kindle").
    • take charge of or deal with
    • take-charge of or cope with
    • give heed (to)
    • give heed (to)
    • to accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result
    • to come with as a circumstance or follow because of this
    • be present at (meetings, church solutions, college), etc.
    • be present at (conferences, church services, college), etc.
    • benefit or be a servant to
    • benefit or perhaps a servant to
  • others:
    • to correct the mind upon; listen to; have regard or pay heed to; consider.
    • To fix your brain upon; pay attention to; have regard or pay heed to; consider.
    • To accompany or perhaps present with, as a companion, minister, or servant, or even for the fulfilment of any duty; wait upon.
    • To accompany or perhaps present with, as a companion, minister, or servant, or for the fulfilment of any duty; wait upon.
    • To be current at or in for functions of task, company, curiosity, satisfaction, etc.: as, to wait a meeting.
    • To be present at or perhaps in for functions of duty, company, fascination, pleasure, etc.: as, to attend a gathering.
    • To accompany or follow in instant sequence, particularly with a causal connection: stated of things: since, a cold attended with fever; a measure attended with bad results.
    • To come with or follow in instant sequence, especially with a causal connection: stated of things: as, a cold attended with temperature; a measure attended with bad outcomes.
    • to hold back or remain for; expect, as a person or a meeting.
    • to attend or remain for; expect, as you or a conference.
    • to stay shop for; await.
    • to stay store for; await.
    • To give attention; spend regard or heed: accompanied by to: since, my child, deal with my words.
    • To give attention; pay regard or heed: followed closely by to: because, my child, deal with my terms.
    • become present, in pursuance of task, company, or satisfaction; especially, act as an attendant: positively, or with on or upon, or at: as, just who attends here ? to wait upon a committee; to go to at such a church. Hence to repair your head in worship: with on or upon.
    • is present, in pursuance of duty, business, or satisfaction; specially, behave as an attendant: positively, or with on or upon, or at: as, just who attends right here ? to attend upon a committee; to wait at such a church. Ergo to correct the mind in worship: with on or upon.
    • to-be consequent; wait: with on or upon.
    • To be consequent; wait: with on or upon.
    • to remain; wait; wait.
    • To stay; wait; delay.
  • noun:
    • Attendance.
    • Attendance.

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