Definition of 'attend'
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She will then attend a church service. The Sun (2016)The sale of wheeled suitcases should be restricted to people who have attended an approved safety course. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In a final blow she received a text message saying that she could no longer attend cabinet meetings. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is thought she is keen to attend church today if she feels well enough and weather permitting. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Tragically poorly attended meetings, in point of fact. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Nearly 600 people attended a local meeting to protest. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Last week the government published statistics suggesting that pupils attending the colleges performed less well than expected at GCSEs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When he reached college he attended their games with fake tickets. Times, Sunday Times (2014) They attend one church as long as it meets their needs better than another. Christianity Today (2000)He often attended meetings in tennis shoes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is now hoping to attend college as well as securing his first job. Times, Sunday Times (2016) People who attend the classes report better social relationships as a result. The Sun (2014)It is not enough to make people attend job interviews. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Fewer people attended the parties last year and those who did spent less. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The hundreds of thousands of young people who attended his funeral already thought he deserved to be regarded as one. The Sun (2011)She then ran away from home to attend college in Ohio. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)Last night he denied he had stormed out, insisting that he had to attend a meeting instead. Times, Sunday Times (2012)My son attends that college five days a week, works hard and is very polite and law abiding. The Sun (2009)His funeral was attended by the principal officers and men of the naval and military forces and of the Marines. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In diligently attending council meetings as a civic duty, it should still be a choice whether to attend religious observance. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Many Sunnis had attended the funerals. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Only complete details for Racecourse 2 if you have paid to attend two race meetings. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'attend'
British English: attend /əˈtɛnd/ VERB
If you attend a meeting or other event, you are at it.
Thousands of people attended the funeral.
We want the maximum number of people to attend to help us cover our costs.
- American English: attend
- Arabic: يَحْضُرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: comparecer
- Chinese: 出席
- Croatian: prisustvovati
- Czech: zúčastnit se
- Danish: deltage i
- Dutch: bijwonen
- European Spanish: asistir
- Finnish: olla läsnä
- French: assister
- German: beiwohnen
- Greek: παρευρίσκομαι
- Italian: partecipare
- Japanese: 出席する
- Korean: 출석하다
- Norwegian: delta
- Polish: uczestniczyć w (czymś)
- European Portuguese: comparecer
- Romanian: a participa
- Russian: посещать
- Spanish: asistir
- Swedish: närvara
- Thai: เข้าร่วม
- Turkish: katılmak
- Ukrainian: відвідувати
- Vietnamese: tham dự
Definition of attend from the Collins English Dictionary
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