Attend

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Definition

to attend (a reception): to go to, to be present at (an event)
verb

to attend to (something, someone) : to take care of, to look after (something, someone)
verb
I'll attend to this problem right away. Just tell me what to do and I'll do it right now.

Pronunciation examples
UK: We'll attend to that problem later.
US: I attended an interesting lecture on Astrophysics.

Examples

  • "I attended 4 out of 5 sessions before I had to invade Poland, but I'm sure that if I had finished the program, it would have made a big difference -Adolph H, Germany."
  • "What you do in your own time is up to you, however since there is a high risk that this demonstration could erupt in violence, I would prefer that no one leave work early to attend."
  • ""Some members of the Delavigne staff plan to leave early on Friday so that they can attend the march."
  • "If any of you would like to attend, you'll be expected to bring at least one gift."
  • "The man has become a celebrity, attending Hollywood premieres, shaking hands with politicians and kissing babies."
  • "Brian : You ought to attend."
  • "Attended classes in organic gardening, pruning, botany, and herb culture"
  • "Unfortunately, the gentleman I was planning to take with me is unable to attend, so his ticket is up for grabs!"
  • "As Delavigne's PR representative, I will attend, as will Horatio Oléré, the perfume's creator."
  • "Robot : They are there to advise you, not attend to your weird sexual needs."

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