Synonym: administer to, care for, go to, help, serve, visit, work for. Antonym: defy, disregard, ignore. Similar words: attend to, attendance, attention, pay attention to, matter, latter, scatter, battery. Meaning: [ə'tend] v. 1. be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc. 2. take charge of or deal with 3. to accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result 4. work for or be a servant to 5. give heed (to).
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1. We were obligated to attend the opening ceremony.
2. He offered to go and attend to the matter.
3. It is important for him to attend every day.
4. Which school do they attend?
5. He did not attend the meeting yesterday.
6. He was invited to attend a seminar in Paris.
7. He telephoned to say he couldn't attend the meeting.
8. Attend to what concerns you.
9. Women are not allowed to attend public gatherings.
10. I didn't attend the meeting owing to the headache.
11. You can't attend two concurrent events!
12. He had to attend a sequence of meetings.
13. I had promised Nightingale to attend the lecture.
14. She does not attend often.
15. There are no compulsions on students to attend classes.
16. It is important that he attend every day.
17. It is important that he should attend every day.
18. I have some urgent business to attend to.
19. I take it as a pleasure to attend your lecture.
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20. Attend to me(sentencedict.com), children.
21. Your job is to attend the meeting and report back to the board of directors.
22. It is most desirable that he should attend the meeting.
23. I can't attend the meeting but I'll send my assistant in my stead.
24. Would everyone who wishes to attend the dinner let me know by Friday afternoon?
25. He left, saying he had pressing matters to attend to.
26. Doctors tried to attend to the worst injured soldiers first.
27. They were offended by his refusal to attend the party.
28. Mrs Spratt regrets that she is unable to attend owing to a previous engagement.
29. The law holds parents liable if a child does not attend school.
30. I must offer them an apology for not going to attend their get-gathering.
More similar words: attend to, attendance, attention, pay attention to, matter, latter, scatter, battery, pattern, no matter, a matter of, extend, intend, tender, contend, tendency, extended, at the end of, as a matter of fact, at that time, letter, mutter, better, butterfly, cigarette, committee, short-term, tent, often, soften.