Synonyms of attend in English:

attend


See definition of attend

verb

1‘they attended a carol service’

SYNONYMS
be present at, be at, be there at, sit in on, take part in
appear at, put in an appearance at, make an appearance at, present oneself at, turn up at, visit, pay a visit to, go to
frequent, haunt, patronize
informal show up at, pop up at, show one's face at, hang out at, take in, catch
ANTONYMS

miss

2‘he had not attended sufficiently to the regulations’

SYNONYMS
pay attention, pay heed, be attentive, listen, lend an ear
concentrate on, take note of, bear in mind, give thought to, take into consideration, be heedful of, heed, respect, follow, observe, notice, mark
informal tune in to, get a load of, check out, be all ears for
archaic hearken, give ear, regard
ANTONYMS

disregard, ignore

3‘the wounded could be attended to at a nearby village’

SYNONYMS
care for, look after, take care of, minister to, administer to, keep an eye on, see to
tend, treat, nurse, help, aid, assist, succour, nurture, mind
informal doctor

4‘their father attended to the boy's education’

SYNONYMS
deal with, cope with, see to, address, manage, organize, orchestrate, make arrangements for, sort out, handle, take care of, take charge of, take responsibility for, take in hand, take forward, take up, undertake, tackle, give one's attention to, apply oneself to
ANTONYMS

neglect

5‘the queen was attended by a liveried usher’

SYNONYMS
escort, accompany, guard, chaperone, squire, convoy, guide, lead, conduct, usher, shepherd, follow, shadow
assist, help, serve, wait on

6‘her giddiness was attended with a fever’

SYNONYMS
be accompanied by, be associated with, be connected with, be linked with, go hand in hand with
occur with, co-occur with, coexist with, be produced by, be brought about by, originate from, originate in, stem from, result from, be a result of, arise from, follow on from, be a consequence of