English to Latvian Meaning of attend - apmeklēt

Attend :

apmeklēt, tendence, kalpot, sulainis, meklēt, esi uzmanīgs, prāts, būt klāt, pastāvēt, parādīt sevi, sekot, dodies ar, pievienoties, partneris, klasificēt, pielūko, Piezīme, paziņojums, novērot, pieskatīt, krist uz, attiecas sevi uz, pieteikties, atcerēties

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Definitions of attend in English
Verb(1) be present at (meetings, church services, university(2) take charge of or deal with(3) to accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result(4) work for or be a servant to(5) give heed (to
Examples of attend in English
(1) He also has a strong distrust of organised religion, and does not regularly attend church.(2) the severely wounded had two medics to attend to their wounds(3) Children between the ages of five and fifteen are required by law to attend school.(4) As it happened, Einstein was unable to attend the ceremony in Stockholm.(5) she was unable to attend the wedding(6) All interested adults, parents and young people are invited to attend this meeting.(7) All former players and their partners are invited to attend the event, which will feature live music.(8) All those listed as prizewinners are asked to attend the presentation ceremony.(9) On the day we returned to work, we were all forced to attend meetings.(10) he muttered that he had business to attend to(11) Prince Andrew has been invited to attend the ceremony and there will also be a surprise celebrity guest.(12) People are invited to attend a meeting at the town hall on November 10 at 7.30 to discuss the issue.(13) her family were not invited to attend(14) People do not attend chapel and church as much as they used to, so the traditions are slowly dying out.(15) However, on my road to recovery I was required to attend private hospital day clinic.(16) Mr Jones was unable to attend the meeting of creditors as he is in hospital undergoing tests and awaiting heart surgery.
Related Phrases of attend
(1) attend to ::
(2) attend school ::
apmeklēt skolu
(3) attend class ::
apmeklēt klasi
(4) attend a meeting ::
apmeklēt sanāksmi
(5) to attend to ::
ierasties uz
(6) attend a lecture ::
noklausīties lekciju
(7) attend upon ::
ierasties uz
(8) attend mass ::
apmeklēt masu
(9) attend on ::
(10) attend a ceremony ::
apmeklējam ceremoniju
1. be present at ::
būt klāt
2. pay attention to ::
pievērs uzmanību
3. care for ::
rūpēties par
4. deal with ::
5. escort ::
6. be accompanied by ::
7. serve ::
8. go to ::
iet uz
9. see ::
10. hang ::
1. ignore ::
Different Forms
attend, attended, attendee, attendees, attender, attenders, attending, attends
Word Example from TV Shows
She has other
business to attend to.

She has other business to ATTEND to.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 6

But you'll also take his letters,
attend him at meetings,

But you'll also take his letters, ATTEND him at meetings,

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7

to attend him in
the great hall.

to ATTEND him in the great hall.

Vikings Season 1, Episode 3

You're welcome to attend the meetings

You're welcome to ATTEND the meetings

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7

So if I wanted to attend a council meeting,

So if I wanted to ATTEND a council meeting,

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7

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