Definition for attend

verb as in be present at

verb as in care for

verb as in pay attention; apply oneself

verb as in accompany

verb as in escort

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When Unicef held a consultation workshop in East Asia, Zeng attended as a speaker.

Patrick Henry cheer, like other school sports, largely went dark, but the school’s junior varsity coach was not eager to shut down a private offseason competition team attended by some students at the Infinity Gymnastics gym in El Cajon.

While all of BI’s virtual events are free to attend with email registration, they can be monetized in several different ways.

From Digiday

Billington, who attends school with Baxter, said she would continue using TikTok regardless of its owner “as long they don’t change it and turn it into Instagram,” a TikTok rival.

From Fortune

We attended to connect with potential clients who need mobile applications for their businesses.

In 1995, Myerson made a point not to attend the 75th anniversary of the Miss America pageant.

Those who are not working on Sunday will almost certainly attend the funeral for Liu.

In neighborhoods such as Harlem, 33 percent of students attend charter schools, a majority of them black or Latino.

“Five of them would attend a show and each one would memorize a certain part of a garment,” said Elia.

A few even noted that they attend Christmas mass with Christian friends.

While Louis was reading these dispatches, he received a summons from Elizabeth, to attend her immediately.

Full provision is made for Catholics and Nonconformists desiring to attend the services of their respective bodies.

Will your Majesty be pleased to have them given a goodly number of religious, so that they may attend to their ministries.

Hedges had to go on his way also, for it was close upon the countess-dowager's dinner-hour, at which ceremony he must attend.

"Would you like to attend services at the church this evening," said Irene after a time, and when they were again alone.


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On this page you'll find 205 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to attend, such as: show up, visit, appear, catch, frequent, and haunt.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.