attend to sb/sth Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"attend to sb/sth" in British English

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attend to sb/sth

phrasal verb with attend uk   us   /əˈtend/ verb
to ​help someone or ​deal with something: Doctors ​tried to ​attend to the ​worstinjuredsoldiers first. I always have so many things to ​attend to when I come into the ​office after a ​tripabroad.
(Definition of attend to sb/sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"attend to sb/sth" in Business English

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attend to sb/sth

phrasal verb with attend uk   us   /əˈtend/ verb [I or T]
to ​deal with a ​task, problem, etc.: We have some urgent ​business to ​attend to. A recent ​studyshows that they have ​failed to ​attend to ​clients' ​needs and ​demands.
(Definition of attend to sb/sth from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “attend to sb/sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 处理, 照料,关心…
in Turkish bir şeyle ilgilenmek veya birine yardım etmek…
in Russian уделять внимание…
in Chinese (Traditional) 處理, 照顧,關心…
in Polish zajmować się kimś/czymś…
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