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Translation of "attend" - English-Spanish dictionary

attend

verb   /əˈtend/ formal
B1 to go to an event asistir (a) He attended a meeting.
B1 to go regularly to a place such as a school or church asistir a Which school does your daughter attend?
(Definition of attend from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

attend

verb /əˈtend/
(formal) to go to or be present at asistir She attended the meeting He will attend school till he is sixteen.
(with to) (formal) to listen or give attention to atender, prestar atención a Attend carefully to what the teacher is saying!
(formal) to deal with atender, ocuparse de I’ll attend to that problem tomorrow.
(formal) to look after; to help or serve asistir, atender Two doctors attended her all through her illness The queen was attended by four ladies-in-waiting.
attendance noun
asistencia His attendance (= the number of times he attends) at school is poor Attendances (= the number of people attending) at the concerts went down after the price of tickets increased.
attendant noun
a person employed to look after someone or something encargado a car-park attendant.
in attendance
in the position of helping or serving de servicio There was no doctor in attendance at the road accident.
attendance ends in -ance (not -ence).
(Definition of attend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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