attendverb

  • ja世話をする、注意して見る
  • ento take care of, pay attention to, or deal with

Examples

PLAY
3:12 / --:--
Mute
1.
Aah!
2.
What a surprise.
3.
Strange.
4.
Unfortunately, I have another matter to attend to.
5.
What... are you?
6.
You will soon find out.
PLAY
1:30 / --:--
Mute
1.
Well, well, well, hmm.
2.
Boss for... what was it?
3.
Oh, 4 and a half hours?
4.
New record... low.
5.
Previous record?
6.
Henry Roston.
7.
Boss for 9 years, 4 months.
8.
And he only left because he had family matters to attend to, and he— what?
PLAY
2:52 / --:--
Mute
1.
We are running down the target.
2.
Let us attend our duties well.
3.
This is what we trained for.
PLAY
4:24 / --:--
Mute
1.
Very well, I'll bide my time.
2.
And as for you, my fine lady, it's true I can't attend you here now as I'd like.
3.
But just try to stay out of my way.
4.
Just try!
5.
I'll get you, my pretty, and your little dog too!
PLAY
14:02 / --:--
Mute
1.
Jumping through hoops, kissing the proper behinds,
2.
attending to all the non-chemistry that one finds oneself occupied with.
3.
You know that world.
PLAY
6:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
If you ever find yourself in a hospital,
2.
and you see that the doctor is very stressed out
3.
or feels like they're not just giving you the proper amount of time,
4.
ask if something urgent is going on that they need to attend to first.
5.
And so that they can come back maybe and explain what's going on in a little bit.
PLAY
5:10 / --:--
Mute
1.
At the ninth hour, 7 hours after they left home, the men return for a celebratory dinner.
2.
Dinner is an intimate affair, with 9 people reclining around the low table.
3.
Slaves attend to their every need,
4.
as the diners, through gestures, demand more food and wine.
PLAY
2:32 / --:--
Mute
1.
But attention is what steers your perceptions.
2.
It's what controls your reality.
3.
It's the gateway to the mind.
4.
If you don't attend to something, you can't be aware of it.
5.
But ironically, you can attend to something without being aware of it.

Other meanings for attend...

attendverb

  • ja出席する
  • ento go regularly to a place
PLAY
2:52 / --:--
Mute
1.
Do you wanna know how I actually hurt my wrist?
2.
Yes.
3.
I was hula-hooping.
4.
Kevin and I attend a class for fitness and for fun.
5.
Oh, my God.
6.
I've mastered all the moves.
7.
The Pizza Toss...
8.
The Tornado...
9.
The Scorpion, the Oopsie Doodle.
10.
Why are you telling me this?
11.
Because no one will ever believe you.
12.
No! No!
PLAY
5:23 / --:--
Mute
1.
There's your teacher, Mr. Marshall.
2.
- Damn. - Damn.
3.
I get detention.
4.
Hi.
5.
Hi, we are so excited to attend this school.
6.
This is Jordan.
7.
She's feeling nervous about joining your class.
8.
Oh, yeah. Hey, listen, don't be nervous, okay?
9.
Perfectly normal, but don't be nervous.
10.
I'll be with you the whole time.
11.
Promise?
12.
I promise.
13.
Okay.
PLAY
9:57 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'm getting a better education than I deserve.
2.
I'm lucky.
3.
I’m fortunate the good people of this community allow me to attend this school.
PLAY
9:55 / --:--
Mute
1.
Who is the queen married to?
2.
The king.
3.
What school does Harry Potter attend?
4.
I don't know that *bleep* nerd.
PLAY
2:35 / --:--
Mute
1.
Do you feel like being gay is a sin?
2.
I feel like The Bible does tell us that being gay is a sin.
3.
Just outright reading The Bible, it's there.
4.
Terrell and I were actually attending a church in which they made me feel like I should not be with Terrell.
5.
And I actually almost left him.
PLAY
1:51 / --:--
Mute
1.
As crazy as it sounds, those 5 little babies are all in school now.
2.
Like loyal fans of the show know, the Quints started preschool in August 2018.
3.
And before that, they were attending the same school, as youngsters in the "toddler room."