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Synonyms for attend

be present



attend to someone

attend to something: apply yourself to


attend to something: deal with

Synonyms for attend

to occur as a consequence

to be with or go with (another)

to work and care for


to have the care and supervision of

to perceive by ear, usually attentively

Synonyms for attend

be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc.

take charge of or deal with

to accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result

work for or be a servant to

give heed (to)

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We put people in the seats - we've been 1, 2 or 3 in the Pac-10 in attendance every year.
If I talked about the importance of strategic messages, integrated links, or - heaven forbid - the active voice, most people in attendance would nod their heads and issue a polite yet dubious look that said, "You poor, passe dweeb.
Though there will no doubt be a large number of new participants celebrating on April 22, 1990, also in attendance will be huge numbers of veterans of the first Earth Day, and this time they have an agenda.
The special rebuilding effort elements will be geared to reach fans in attendance at the ballpark as well as those watching on television and listening on radio.
Many people in attendance felt like they did not have a voice or a say in the actions of their country.
The bill, Krueger argued, would bring about a ``dramatic decrease in violent behavior and detention and an increase in attendance and better grades.
There are over 500 representatives from most of the large manufacturers, finance and lease companies in attendance.