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"Attend Meaning"

What is the meaning of Attend in English? What Attend means? How do you use the word Attend? What is another word for Attend? What is the opposite of Attend?

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Word Example of - Attend

Example Sentences for attend

It was not at first that John could attend to him, and when he was able to do so he began to rattle on about his own affairs.

Till then, success will attend me; for when I meet you, I meet the only obstacle to my fortune.

Should there be lacerations, the doctor will attend to their repair when he comes.

As soon as they were gone we thought it was time to attend to the disposition of the prisoners.

He was ever ready to attend the sick, and his success in medical practice gave him great renown.

When this was done, Colonel Hungerford had time to attend to the landing of the party.

Just have Mr. Greene attend the game, and if possible the trustees of this church.

Bart, attend to your business and don't open them long ears of yours too wide.

Attend to what I do know and you may not, said Mr. Brownlow.

"We must attend to that before we do anything more," added the captain.

Word Origin & History of - Attend

     

The Definition of - Attend (verb)

    verb (used with object)
    1.
    to be present at:
    to attend a lecture; to attend church.
    2.
    to go with as a concomitant or result; accompany:
    Fever may attend a cold. Success attended her hard work.
    3.
    to take care of; minister to; devote one's services to:
    The nurse attended the patient daily.
    4.
    to wait upon; accompany as a companion or servant:
    The retainers attended their lord.
    5.
    to take charge of; watch over; look after; tend; guard:
    to attend one's health.
    6.
    to listen to; give heed to.
    7.
    Archaic. to wait for; expect.
    verb (used without object)
    8.
    to take care or charge:
    to attend to a sick person.
    9.
    to apply oneself:
    to attend to one's work.
    10.
    to pay attention; listen or watch attentively; direct one's thought; pay heed:
    to attend to a speaker.
    11.
    to be present:
    She is a member but does not attend regularly.
    12.
    to be present and ready to give service; wait (usually followed by on or upon):
    to attend upon the Queen.
    13.
    to follow; be consequent (usually followed by on or upon).
    14.
    Obsolete. to wait.