suomi-englanti sanakirja

attend englannista suomeksi

  1. käydä, olla läsnä, osallistua

  2. aiheutua jstak, seurata

  3. huolehtia

  4. seurata tarkasti, kuunnella, kiinnittää huomiota

  5. vastata jstak, pitää huolta

  1. Verbi

  2. olla läsnä">olla läsnä, osallistua

  3. käydä

  4. hoitaa, huolehtia, pitää huolta">pitää huolta

attend englanniksi

  1. (non-gloss definition)

  2. To for (someone requiring attention); specifically, of a doctor, nurse, etc.: to provide professional care to (someone).

  3. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  4. (RQ:Defoe Plague Year)

  5. (RQ:Pope Riches)

  6. To on (someone or their instructions) as an attendant, servant, etc.; also (''specifically of a gentleman-in-waiting or lady-in-waiting to a member of royalty''), to accompany (someone) order to assist or wait upon them; to escort. (defdate)

  7. (synonyms)


  8. (RQ:Shakespeare Two Gentlemen of Verona)

  9. (RQ:Shakespeare Twelfth Night)

  10. (RQ:Walton Compleat Angler)

  11. (RQ:Johnson Rambler)

  12. (RQ:Prescott Philip 2)

  13. (RQ:Macaulay History of England)

  14. (senseid) To be present at (an event or place) in order to part in some action or proceedings; also, to regularly go to (an event or place). (defdate)

  15. (RQ:Carlyle Sartor Resartus)

  16. (quote-journal)|location=Albany, N.Y.|publisher=Weed-Parsons Printing Company,(nb...)|year=1897|page=59|pageurl=|oclc=877734024|passage=The scribe attendeth the meeting of a learned body where the discussions are technical and rapid; yet he must produce a complete and intelligible transcript.

  17. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  18. (RQ:Mandela Long Walk to Freedom)

  19. (senseid) To take action respect to (someone, or something such as a concern, problem, or task); to with, to handle. (defdate)

  20. Of a (chiefly immaterial) thing: to be consequent to or present with (someone or something); to accompany.

  21. (RQ:Bacon Learning)

  22. (RQ:Markham Countrey Contentments)

  23. (RQ:Bunyan Pilgrim's Progress)

  24. (RQ:Dryden Georgics)

  25. (RQ:Spectator) Fidelia answered with a frankness that always attends virtue: (..)

  26. (RQ:Fielding Amelia)

  27. (RQ:Mary Shelley Frankenstein)

  28. (RQ:Travers Cuckoo in the Nest) Can those harmless but refined fellow-diners be the selfish cads whose gluttony and personal appearance so raised your contemptuous wrath on your arrival?

  29. To after (someone or something); to tend.

  30. (RQ:Shakespeare Cymbeline)

  31. (RQ:Homer Pope et al Odyssey)''! aſhore, / (Leave only tvvo the gally to attend) / Another to ''Laerceus'' muſt vve ſend, (..)

  32. ''Followed by'' to: to look after someone or something.

  33. (RQ:Bulwer-Lytton My Novel)

  34. To be ready to wait upon someone or their instructions as an attendant, servant, etc.; also (''followed by'' on ''or'' upon), to accompany someone in order to assist or wait upon them.

  35. (RQ:Plutarch North Lives)

  36. (RQ:Southey Thalaba)

  37. (RQ:Scott Marmion)

  38. (RQ:MacDonald Sir Gibbie) had sought his place in the live universe by attending on drunk people and helping them home through the midnight streets, (..)

  39. ''Followed by'' at: to go to and be present at a place for some purpose; also , ''followed by'' on: to be present at and take part in an event.

  40. (RQ:Stanley History of Philosophy)

  41. (RQ:Burke Works)

  42. (quote-journal)|location=London|publisher=(...) Joseph Rogerson,(nb...)|month=May|year=1837|volume=VI|page=244|pageurl=|column=2|oclc=6618599|passage='Whither goest thou?' he exclaimed, 'at this hour, were it not better thou attendedst at vespers?'

  43. (quote-web)|title=R. v. Côté SCC 46 (CanLII)|work=Canadian Legal Information Institute|archiveurl=|date=14 October 2011|section=paragraph 9|passage=Around 12:15 a.m. patrolling officers Tremblay and Mathieu attended at the appellant’s home.

  44. (quote-web)|title=R. v. Yeo &91;2016 PEIJ No 14 (QL)&93;|work=Canadian Legal Information Institute|url=|date=18 April 2016|section=paragraph 30|passage=There were a few errors in the testimony of civilian witness which the trial judge noted – one, that they attended at the Fairhurst residence the day before the robbery, and two, that Wakelin was with them.

  45. ''Followed by'' to: to take action with respect to someone or something; to deal with.

  46. (RQ:Melville Moby-Dick)

  47. (RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp)

  48. ''Followed by'' on ''or'' upon: of a (chiefly immaterial) thing: to be consequent on or present with.

  49. (RQ:Shakespeare Troilus and Cressida Q1)

  50. (RQ:Bacon Learning) vpon the diſcourſe.

  51. To listen to (something or someone). (defdate)

  52. (RQ:Sidney Arcadia) the diligent pilot in a dangerous tempest doth attend the unskilful words of a passinger: (..)

  53. (RQ:Homer Pope Iliad)

  54. To give consideration to (someone or something); to heed, to attention, to regard.

  55. (RQ:Seneca Lodge Workes)

  56. (RQ:Quarles Solomons Recantation)

  57. ''Often followed by'' to, upon, or with: to give consideration; to pay attention.

  58. (RQ:King James Version)

  59. (RQ:Burnet Letters)

  60. (RQ:Swift Tale of a Tub)

  61. (RQ:Spectator)

  62. ''Followed by'' to or unto: to listen. (defdate)

  63. (RQ:Shakespeare Richard 3 Q1)

  64. (RQ:King James Version), attend vnto my crie, giue eare vnto my prayer, ''that goeth'' not out of fained lips.

  65. (quote-book) into Modern Language, According to the Liturgy Translation;(nb...)|location=Bath, Somerset|publisher=(...) R. Cruttwell; and sold by Robinson (bookseller)|George George John and J. Robinson,(nb...); and Dilly|Charles Dilly,(nb...)|year=1793|volume=I|section=verses 24–25|page=75|pageurl=|oclc=874279270|passage=VVhilſt I vvas haſtening in my flight, I ſaid, "I am rejected from thy favour." Nevertheleſs thou attendedſt to my petition, vvhen I invoked thee.

  66. (RQ:Kipling Just So Stories)'

  67. (non-gloss definition)

  68. To out or wait for (someone, or something such as a decision or event); to await.

  69. (RQ:Browne Hydriotaphia)

  70. (RQ:Dryden Indian Emperour)

  71. (RQ:Temple History of England)

  72. (RQ:Addison Cato)

  73. (RQ:Smollett Regicide)

  74. To expect or look forward to (someone or something).

  75. (RQ:Tasso Fairfax Godfrey of Bulloigne)

  76. (RQ:Raleigh Historie of the World))|page=503|passage=This offer vvas contumeliouſly rejected; the ''Capuans'' relying on their ovvne ſtrength, and the ſuccours attended from ''(w)''.

  77. Of a thing: to be store or in wait for (someone or something); to await.

  78. (RQ:Locke Human Understanding)

  79. To remain and wait; to abide.

  80. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=(...) &91;Field (printer)|Richard Field for&93; Adams (publisher)|Thomæ Adams|year=1607|page=147|pageurl=|oclc=228716720|passage=(..) God knocketh at the doore of our hearts, but vvorketh nothing in our hearts, till vve firſt of our ſelues aſſent to let him in. He attendeth till vve open him the gates, and ''then he vvith his heauenly gifts vvill enter in''; (..)

  81. (RQ:Sterne Sentimental Journey)

  82. ''Followed by'' for: to expect or look forward.

  83. ''Followed by'' for: of a thing: to be in store or lie in wait.

  84. To intend (something).

  85. (present participle of)

  86. (inflection of)

  87. (alternative spelling of)