Common misspellings for tend

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Definitions of tend

  1.   To accompany as an assistant or protector; to care for the wants of; to look after; to watch; to guard; as, shepherds tend their flocks.
  2.   To make a tender of; to offer or tender.
  3.   To have a bent or aptitude; aim; incline.
  4.   To attend, or be attentive to; to watch; to accompany; to hold and take care of.
  5.   To watch; to guard; to accompany as assistant or protector; to take care of; to be attentive to; to cause a vessel to swing, at single anchor, so as not to foul.
  6.   To move in a certain direction; to be directed to an end or purpose; to aim at; to contribute.
  7.   To move in a certain direction.
  8.   To wait, as attendants or servants; to serve; to attend; - with on or upon.
  9.   To await; to expect.
  10.   To move in a certain direction; - usually with to or towards.
  11.   To attend; take care of.
  12.   To aim at; move in a certain direction; have an inclination to; contribute.
  13.   To care for; attend; protect.
  14.   To stretch, aim at, or move in a certain direction: to be directed to any end or purpose: to contribute.
  15.   manage or run; " tend a store"
  16.   have care of or look after; " She tends to the children"
  17.   To be directed, as to any end, object, or purpose; to aim; to have or give a leaning; to exert activity or influence; to serve as a means; to contribute; as, our petitions, if granted, might tend to our destruction.
  18.   have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined; " She tends to be nervous before her lectures"; " These dresses run small"; " He inclined to corpulence"
  19.   To move in a certain direction; to be directed to any end or purpose; to have a leaning; to contribute; to aim.
  20.   To be attentive to; to note carefully; to attend to.
  21.   To attend: with on or upon; go in a certain direction; be directed, or be an influence, to any end.
  22.   To look after; watch over; attend; serve.
  23.   To accompany as assistant or protector: to take care of.

Quotes of tend

  1. Fans tend to get too excited by streaks of either kind and I think the press does too. There should be a happy medium. – Walt Alston
  2. I think the character does tend to suit an episodic thing, because what's fun about him is that he doesn't care about anyone else, and it's very difficult for a main character- a lead character- in a movie to not care about anybody else. – Rowan Atkinson
  3. I work hard, and I tend to play hard. I very seldom rest hard. – Jacqueline Bisset
  4. This means that the search for a formula of European cooperation in connection with the League of Nations, far from weakening the authority of this latter must and can only tend to strengthen it, for it is closely connected with its aims. – Aristide Briand
  5. Our national drug is alcohol. We tend to regard the use any other drug with special horror. – William S. Burroughs
  6. I have had strange animals as pets all my life. I was shy growing up, and shy people tend to interact better with animals than people. Animals are direct, not duplicitous. – Yvonne Craig
  7. Indeed it can be argued that to make a powerful film you must care about the subject, therefore powerful films tend to be both political and partisan in nature. – Ben Edwards
  8. The actors nowadays, both young men and young ladies, don't always wear their period clothes as well as they might. They tend to stomp around a bit in them. – Julie Harris
  9. Local companies don't have to internalize their costs, and few actually do, but they tend to more often because the owners live there and they have to show their face in town, and their kids play with other kids. – Paul Hawken
  10. Against the dark background of this contemporary civilization of well -being, even the arts tend to mingle, to lose their identity. – Eugenio Montale
  11. I tend to arrive in the rehearsal process with very strongly developed ideas about what I want to do. But I don't like those ideas to be things that are not subject to change, or subject to development, or subject to challenge. – Trevor Nunn
  12. I tend not to know what the plot is or the story is or even the theme. Those things come later, for me. – Michael Ondaatje
  13. Myths which are believed in tend to become true. – George Orwell
  14. Pets, like their owners, tend to expand a little over the Christmas period. – Frances Wright

Usage examples for tend

  1. They did not stay to inquire what he had done, or, indeed, to think whether his action would tend to further any scheme of their own; it was enough that he had shown defiance to the powers that be. ” – Princess Maritza by Percy Brebner
  2. “ I ask whether these stories in any way enter into your life, become part of you, and tend to make you a more useful woman? ” – The Inside of the Cup, Complete by Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009
  3. The modern established rule was, that generally they are not contraband, but may become so under circumstances arising out of the peculiar situation of the war, or the condition of the parties engaged in it; among the causes which tend to prevent provisions from being treated as contraband, one is that they are of the growth of the country which exports them. ” – The Laws Of War, Affecting Commerce And Shipping by H. Byerley Thomson
  4. “ " Would that I could be there also," said Elsa, " but I tend his mother who is very sick, so sick that I do not know whether she will live or die." ” – Lysbeth A Tale Of The Dutch by H. Rider Haggard
  5. “ There's plenty cooked in the cupboard for your dinner, and Mrs. Saggs will tend to Mother's tea when the time comes. ” – Georgina of the Rainbows by Annie Fellows Johnston
  6. “ I will tend upon you, watch over you, bear with you, with more than the love and tenderness of a brother. ” – Pelham, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton Last Updated: March 16, 2009
  7. All the names of Germany would tend to come to England, but if Anglo- Saxon England made any names on her own account, they would not go back to Germany. ” – Surnames as a Science by Robert Ferguson
  8. Suffer me now to tend this wound of yours." ” – Moon of Israel by H. Rider Haggard
  9. “ " You will soon," he said, and looked at her laughingly, " have something better than your flowers to tend little Ditlinde." ” – Royal Highness by Thomas Mann
  10. But when we were at anchor off Oneeheow, the current set nearly north- west and south- east, six hours one way and six the other, and so strong as to make the ships tend though the wind blew fresh. ” – A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 16 by Robert Kerr
  11. The true wife, he says, should possess such qualities as will tend to make home as much as may be a place of repose. ” – Character by Samuel Smiles
  12. If, then, the measure of sending children home should tend in the least to favor this destructive notion, it must, if possible, be avoided. ” – Thoughts on Missions by Sheldon Dibble
  13. So Abby went away to the West, to tend her sister, and Jacques and Marie De Arthenay began their life together. ” – Marie by Laura E. Richards
  14. It may not have liked being roused so early in the morning, and David Brewster was not by to tend it under Tom's careful directions. ” – Madge Morton's Trust by Amy D. V. Chalmers
  15. “ 538 The various branches of knowledge always tend as a whole to stray away from life, and return thither only by a roundabout way. ” – Maxims and Reflections by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  16. There is nothing they would shrink from; if my poor grandfather- oh, I cannot bear to think of myself, when I ought to think of him only; dying without a son to tend him, or a daughter to shed a tear. ” – Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor by R. D. Blackmore
  17. Thine is every vain desire; Yet the bees that never tire, They can serve and tend thee well- The busy storers of the cell. ” – Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers by Various
  18. “ I helped her tend store. ” – Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Keeping Store by Laura Lee Hope
  19. He must, at any rate, prevent the growth of those powers which tend towards the savage state. ” – Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions by George S. Boutwell
  20. “ Hannah was left quite alone to keep watch and to tend the fire, her heart in her mouth, jumping and starting at every shadow cast by the flames. ” – Hillsboro People by Dorothy Canfield

Idioms for tend