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attendancenoun

uk   us   /əˈten.dəns/

attendance noun (BEING PRESENT)

C1 [U or C] the fact of going somewhere such as a church, school, etc. regularly: Attendance at lectures is compulsory.C1 [C or U] the number of people who go to an event, meeting, etc.: Attendances at church are falling.
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attendance noun (PROVIDING HELP)

in attendance C2 present with someone and helping or taking care of them : He never goes out without his security men in attendance.
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