1 be present (at), go to, be at, appear (at), put in an appearance (at), turn up (at), haunt, frequent; sit in (on), US and Canadian audit:
Are you attending the concert? She attends Miss Fiennes's elocution class.
2 turn to, pay attention to, serve, tend to, take care of, deal with, handle, heed, fulfil:
I shall attend to your request as soon as possible, Madam.
3 Also, attend to. watch over, wait on or upon, care for, take care of, minister to, occupy oneself with, look after, look out for, devote oneself to:
Mrs Atterbury attends the patients in the cancer ward on weekdays. The clergyman has his own flock to attend to.
4 escort, accompany, conduct, convoy, squire, usher, wait upon, follow; chaperon or chaperone:
The actress arrived, attended by her entourage of toadies.
5 be associated with, accompany, result in or from, give rise to:
A departure in the midst of the battle would be attended by great peril, Milord.