attend

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  • There, he attended high school and developed a love for film and art.
  • The city also has a large number of students who attend private schools.
  • His interest really began by the time he began to attend high school.
  • He never joined a church, although he frequently attended with his wife.
  • Parents have the final say about which school their child will attend.
  • The boys would attend class during the winter and the girls in the summer.
  • Ten thousand people attended this sold-out event, with a thousand more turned away each night.
  • Towards the end of his life, he was no longer able to attend church services.
  • At any of the three levels, students may attend either public or private schools.
  • Around a third of the male population attended at the club.
  • He studied piano at a music school and attended classes at an art school.
  • He was the second person in his family to attend college.
  • While she was young, she attended a local public school.
  • Those who did were children of upper-class families sent abroad to attend school.
  • He refused both to speak at the event and to attend it.
  • Formal education was not easily obtained, but he attended school when and where he could.
  • City children also attend several private schools in the surrounding county.
  • He developed a love of the theatre, often attending plays with his family.
  • The current city council members have a combined total of eight children attending local schools.
  • Religious services are well attended in both rural and urban areas.
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Meaning of attend

  • verb Be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc.
    She attends class regularly, I rarely attend services at my church, did you go to the meeting?
  • verb Take charge of or deal with
    Could you see about lunch?, I must attend to this matter, She took care of this business
  • verb To accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result
    Menuhin's playing was attended by a 15-minute standing ovation
  • verb Give heed (to)
    The children in the audience attended the recital quietly, She hung on his every word, They attended to everything he said