Recent Examples of tend from the Web
Traditional Surface fans tend to look down on everything but the highest-performance machines.
Historically, unaccompanied minors — who tended to be teens — found a sponsor in about a month and a half.
But long-lasting formulas tend to be matte, which can sometimes leave lips feeling dry and looking less than lush.
Therefore, in the transitions from verses to choruses, the amount of harmonic surprise tended to drop.
One player can’t impact baseball the way someone like James can in basketball, but the truth is that baseball teams with a historically great player tend to be very good at some point.
Adjust your child's bedtime Bedtimes tend to be a lot more relaxed during the summer, and getting up early can be a definite shock to a child's system.
Even in areas with smaller closures (there tends to be a lot of variation in how bans are implemented), there’s often no data on if the site is still used for nesting and, therefore, if a closure is warranted.
Psychology Today reported that attractiveness tends to be a more important factor in our dating decisions than traits like personality, education, and intelligence.
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Definition of tend
- tend to your own affairs
- tend to our correspondence
- tended to his wife
- tended her sick father
- tend the sheep
- tend the store
- tend the fire
TEND Defined for Kids
Definition of tend for Students
- She tends the garden.
- You should tend to business.
- Who's tending the store?
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