[ US /ˈtɛnd/ ]
[ UK /tˈɛnd/ ]
[ UK /tˈɛnd/ ]
have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined
These dresses run small
He inclined to corpulence
She tends to be nervous before her lectures
have care of or look after
She tends to the children
manage or run
tend a store
How To Use tend In A Sentence
- Within five years, a unified currency in 1933 the "central" issue of "legal tender" currency has been relatively stable, so Donglai Bank has to resume business.
- Then there are the PIP implant problems that thousands of women have had to contend with. The Sun
- The extended period of damage was probably brought on by the cool/wet growing conditions.
- I still see Mr. Berman's portable shtender in the shul and I have to smile because I immediately see his warm gentle smile and think about how fortunate I was to have met your father.
- Although these vegetables adapt well to our temperate climate, they tend to crop poorly.
- Use of a University-owned mobile telephone and mobile telephone airtime service is intended for official University business.
- Stealing away, (whence, I suppose, the ironical phrase of trusty Trojan to this day,) like a thief — pretendedly indeed at the command of the gods; but could that be, when the errand he went upon was to rob other princes, not only of their dominions, but of their lives? — Clarissa Harlowe
- Other products include extended-shelf-life and aseptic products in single-serve containers sold at convenience stores and multipacks at club stores.
- Oh, and most of the scathe in my post was fairly mild. chouinard and I tend to substitute perjoratives for ... everything, actually. Book Reviewer Backlash
- Employers and business groups contend that a higher minimum wage would saddle them with higher labor costs.