Spanish translation of 'attendance'
- (= presence)
⇒ is my attendance necessary?
¿es preciso que asista yo?
⇒ to be in attendance
⇒ to be in attendance on the minister
acompañar al ministro,
formar parte del séquito del ministro
see also danceverb:intransitive
- (= those present)
⇒ a large attendance
una numerosa concurrencia
⇒ what was the attendance at the meeting?
¿cuántos asistieron a la reunión?
⇒ we need an attendance of 1,000
hace falta atraer a un público de 1.000 personas
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Example Sentences Including 'attendance'
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I will call back and make sure that she receives an attendance allowance.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Management information systems are used in schools to hold pupil data including contact details and attendance records.Computing (2010)
And that inevitably leads to the pattern of frustration followed by sporadic gym attendance.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Extra holiday is awarded for 100% attendance.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Her school attendance was erratic and when she did turn up she was destructive and disruptive.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
And so the attendances keep going up.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Her attendance at school became erratic.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
A health board spokesman said the opening times were set because of low attendances.The Sun (2010)
Cinema attendances tend to rise in times of economic hardship, as audiences go in search of relatively inexpensive escapism.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
He played fiddle at his son's early political meetings to boost attendance.The Sun (2015)
Peers are not paid, but get weekly attendance allowances amounting to thousands of pounds a year.The Sun (2007)
She had a 92% attendance record during the year.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They can win a new bike if their attendance record is good enough.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It also alerts us to what the church must do to get the attention and attendance of postmodern people.Christianity Today (2000)
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'attendance' in Other Languages
British English: attendance /əˈtɛndəns/ NOUN
Someone's attendance at an event or an institution is the fact that they are present at the event or go regularly to the institution.
...his lack of attendance at classes.
- American English: attendance
- Arabic: حُضُور
- Brazilian Portuguese: comparecimento
- Chinese: 出席
- Croatian: prisutnost
- Czech: účast
- Danish: deltagelse
- Dutch: aanwezigheid
- European Spanish: asistencia presencia
- Finnish: läsnäolo
- French: présence
- German: Anwesenheit
- Greek: παρουσία
- Italian: partecipazione
- Japanese: 出席
- Korean: 출석
- Norwegian: fremmøte
- Polish: obecność uczęszczanie
- European Portuguese: comparecimento
- Romanian: prezență
- Russian: присутствие
- Spanish: asistencia concurrencia
- Swedish: närvaro
- Thai: การเข้าชั้นเรียน
- Turkish: katılım
- Ukrainian: відвідування
- Vietnamese: sự tham dự
Translation of attendance from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary