Hindi translation of 'tend'
tend /tend टेण्ड्/
Word forms: tends, tending, tended
1. transitive verb
If something tends to happen, it usually happens or it happens often.
I tend to forget things.
tend to forget/ignore/assume/think something
tend to prefer/favour something
tend to focus on/concentrate on something
SIMILAR WORDSbe likely to
2. intransitive verb
If someone or something tends towards a particular characteristic, they often display that characteristic.
की ओर झुकाव रखना
The local cuisine tends towards boiled meat dishes.
3. transitive or intransitive verb
If you tend someone or something, or tend to them, you do what is necessary to keep them in a good condition.[formal]
किसी की देखभाल करना/देखभाल करना
He tends the flower beds and bushes.
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Example Sentences Including 'tend'
She's highly intelligent and gets bored with television, which the others tend to leave on all day.Pretty Maids all in a Row
I tend to go along with your suggestion that he must have come up from a very great depth.San Andreas
People who trust too easily tend to talk too openly, which isn't clever in our line of business.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'tend' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَنْزَعُ إِلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: tender
- Chinese: 倾向于
- Croatian: biti sklon nečemu
- Czech: mít tendenci
- Danish: have tendens til
- Dutch: neigen
- European Spanish: tender
- Finnish: olla taipuvainen johonkin
- French: avoir tendance à
- German: tendieren
- Greek: τείνω
- Italian: tendere
- Japanese: 傾向がある
- Korean: 경향이 있다
- Norwegian: føre
- Polish: skłonić się skłaniać się
- Portuguese: tender
- Romanian: a avea o tendință spre
- Russian: клониться
- Spanish: tender
- Swedish: vårda
- Thai: โน้มเอียง
- Turkish: eğilim göstermek
- Ukrainian: мати тенденцію
- Vietnamese: có xu hướng
Translation of tend from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary