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Detailed Synonyms for attender in English

attender:

attender [the ~] noun

  1. the attender
    – a person who is present and participates in a meeting 1
    the attendant; the attender; the meeter; the attendee
    – a person who is present and participates in a meeting 1
    • attendant [the ~] noun
    • attender [the ~] noun
      • he was a regular attender at department meetings1
    • meeter [the ~] noun
    • attendee [the ~] noun
      • the gathering satisfied both organizers and attendees1
  2. the attender
    – someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another 1
    the tender; the attendant; the attender
    – someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another 1
  3. the attender
    – someone who listens attentively 1
    the auditor; the listener; the attender; the hearer
    – someone who listens attentively 1

Alternate Synonyms for "attender":


Related Definitions for "attender":

  1. a person who is present and participates in a meeting1
    • he was a regular attender at department meetings1
  2. someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another1
  3. someone who listens attentively1

attender form of attend:

to attend verb (attends, attended, attending)

  1. to attend
    to attend; to be present at; to witness
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
    • be present at verb (is present at, being present at)
    • witness verb (witnesss, witnessed, witnessing)
  2. to attend
    to perceive; to attend; to observe; to witness
    • perceive verb (perceives, perceived, perceiving)
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
    • observe verb (observes, observed, observing)
    • witness verb (witnesss, witnessed, witnessing)
  3. to attend
    to assist; to help; to attend; to be attentive; to extend the hand; to be helpful; to back up; to aid; to prop up; to make oneself useful; to second; to back; to do good
    • assist verb (assists, assisted, assisting)
    • help verb (helps, helped, helping)
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
    • be attentive verb (is attentive, being attentive)
    • extend the hand verb (extends the hand, extended the hand, extending the hand)
    • be helpful verb (is helpful, being helpful)
    • back up verb (backs up, backed up, backing up)
    • aid verb (aids, aided, aiding)
    • prop up verb (props up, propped up, propping up)
    • make oneself useful verb (makes oneself useful, made oneself useful, making oneself useful)
    • second verb (seconds, seconded, seconding)
    • back verb (backs, backed, backing)
    • do good verb (does good, did good, doing good)
  4. to attend
    to arise; to occur; to show up; to attend; to witness; to observe; to be present at
    • arise verb (arises, arised, arising)
    • occur verb (occurs, occured, occuring)
    • show up verb (shows up, showed up, showing up)
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
    • witness verb (witnesss, witnessed, witnessing)
    • observe verb (observes, observed, observing)
    • be present at verb (is present at, being present at)
  5. to attend
    to attend; listen carefully; to listen
  6. to attend
    – give heed (to) 1
    to attend; to hang; advert; pay heed; give ear
    – give heed (to) 1
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
      • The children in the audience attended the recital quietly1
      • They attended to everything he said1
    • hang verb (hangs, hung, hanging)
      • She hung on his every word1
    • advert verb
    • pay heed verb
    • give ear verb
  7. to attend
    – work for or be a servant to 1
    to attend; to serve; to assist; to attend to; wait on
    – work for or be a servant to 1
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
      • She attends the old lady in the wheelchair1
    • serve verb (serves, served, serving)
      • May I serve you?1
      • The minister served the King for many years1
    • assist verb (assists, assisted, assisting)
      • Is a salesperson assisting you?1
    • attend to verb (attends to, attended to, attending to)
    • wait on verb
      • Can you wait on our table, please?1
  8. to attend
    – take charge of or deal with 1
    to attend; to see; to look; to take care
    – take charge of or deal with 1
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
      • I must attend to this matter1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • Could you see about lunch?1
    • look verb (looks, looked, looking)
    • take care verb (takes care, took care, taking care)
  9. to attend
    – be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc. 1
    to attend; to go to
    – be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc. 1
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
      • She attends class regularly1
      • I rarely attend services at my church1
    • go to verb (goes to, went to, going to)
      • did you go to the meeting?1
  10. to attend
    – to accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result 1
    to attend
    – to accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result 1
    • attend verb (attends, attended, attending)
      • Menuhin's playing was attended by a 15-minute standing ovation1

Conjugations for attend:

present
  1. attend
  2. attend
  3. attends
  4. attend
  5. attend
  6. attend
simple past
  1. attended
  2. attended
  3. attended
  4. attended
  5. attended
  6. attended
present perfect
  1. have attended
  2. have attended
  3. has attended
  4. have attended
  5. have attended
  6. have attended
past continuous
  1. was attending
  2. were attending
  3. was attending
  4. were attending
  5. were attending
  6. were attending
future
  1. shall attend
  2. will attend
  3. will attend
  4. shall attend
  5. will attend
  6. will attend
continuous present
  1. am attending
  2. are attending
  3. is attending
  4. are attending
  5. are attending
  6. are attending
subjunctive
  1. be attended
  2. be attended
  3. be attended
  4. be attended
  5. be attended
  6. be attended
diverse
  1. attend!
  2. let's attend!
  3. attended
  4. attending
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Related Words for "attend":


Alternate Synonyms for "attend":


Antonyms for "attend":


Related Definitions for "attend":

  1. give heed (to)1
    • The children in the audience attended the recital quietly1
    • They attended to everything he said1
  2. work for or be a servant to1
    • She attends the old lady in the wheelchair1
  3. take charge of or deal with1
    • I must attend to this matter1
  4. be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc.1
    • She attends class regularly1
    • I rarely attend services at my church1
  5. to accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result1
    • Menuhin's playing was attended by a 15-minute standing ovation1