1. v ухаживать, заботиться, присматривать; ходить

to tend the fire — поддерживать огонь

2. v стеречь

to tend sheep — пасти овец

3. v заниматься

we employed a girl to tend to the children for a few hours every day — мы наняли девушку сидеть с детьми по несколько часов каждый день

4. v уст. уделять внимание; следить, смотреть

to tend to business — смотреть за делами, вести дела

5. v управлять, стоять во главе

to tend store — вести дела магазина, управлять магазином

6. v прислуживать
7. v диал. обслуживать, служить

to tend a lock — обслуживать шлюз

8. v диал. амер. присутствовать

to tend on church — посетить церковь

9. v уст. ждать, ожидать; дожидаться

your servants tend — слуги ждут

10. v иметь тенденцию; клониться

it tends to become cold — дело идёт к похолоданию; вероятно, похолодает

smoking tends to injure the voice — курение может плохо отразиться на голосе

prices are tending upwards — цены ползут вверх

11. v иметь склонность, быть склонным

to tend to radicalism — склоняться к радикализму

he tends to exaggerate — он склонен преувеличивать

12. v иметь свойство

woolens that tend to shrink — шерстяные изделия, которые садятся

13. v иметь в себе элементы

blue tending to green — голубой с оттенком зелёного

14. v направляться
15. v идти, вести

the road tends south — дорога ведёт на юг

16. v мор. перемещаться по ветру или течению
17. v мат. стремиться
Синонимический ряд:
1. be inclined (verb) be apt to; be disposed; be in the habit of; be inclined; be wont to; gravitate toward; have a tendency; incline towards
2. care for (verb) administer to; attend; attend to; care for; guard; keep; look after; manage; mind; minister to; protect; see to; sit with; take care of; watch; watch over
3. contribute (verb) conduce; contribute; redound
4. lean (verb) be predisposed; incline; lean; look; slant; squint toward; trend
5. work (verb) cultivate; culture; dress; till; work
Антонимический ряд:

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Смотреть что такое "tend" в других словарях:

  • tend — tend …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • tend — [ tend ] verb *** 1. ) intransitive to usually do a particular thing: tend to do something: He tends to exaggerate. The gym tends to get very busy at around six o clock. We tend to take technology for granted nowadays. These arguments tend merely …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Tend — Tend, v. i. [F. tendre, L. tendere, tensum and tentum, to stretch, extend, direct one s course, tend; akin to Gr. ? to stretch, Skr. tan. See {Thin}, and cf. {Tend} to attend, {Contend}, {Intense}, {Ostensible}, {Portent}, {Tempt}, {Tender} to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tend — Tend, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Tended}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Tending}.] [Aphetic form of attend. See {Attend}, {Tend} to move, and cf. {Tender} one that tends or attends.] 1. To accompany as an assistant or protector; to care for the wants of; to look… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tend — W1S1 [tend] v [Sense: 1, 3, 5; Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: tendre to stretch , from Latin tendere] [Sense: 2, 4; Date: 1100 1200; Origin: attend] 1.) tend to do sth if something tends to happen, it happens often and is likely to happen …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tend — tend1 [tend] vt. [ME tenden, aphetic < attenden: see ATTEND] 1. to take care of; minister to; watch over; look after; attend to [to tend plants or animals, to tend the sick] 2. to be in charge of or at work at; manage or operate [to tend a… …   English World dictionary

  • tend — /tend/ verb 1 tend to do sth to often do a particular thing, especially something that is bad or annoying, and to be likely to do it again: Sally tends to interfere in other people s business. | The car does tend to overheat. 2 tend towards sth… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • tend — tend, attend, mind, watch are comparable when they mean to take charge of or look after someone or something especially as a duty or in return for remuneration. Tend usually retains some notion of an earlier sense in which it means to pay… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • tend*/*/*/ — [tend] verb 1) [I] to usually do a particular thing He tends to exaggerate.[/ex] I tend not to go out so much in the winter.[/ex] 2) [I/T] to take care of someone or something Eddie kept himself busy tending the garden.[/ex] Doctors were tending… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Tend — Tend, v. i. 1. To wait, as attendants or servants; to serve; to attend; with on or upon. [1913 Webster] Was he not companion with the riotous knights That tend upon my father? Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. [F. attendre.] To await; to expect. [Obs.]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tend — Ⅰ. tend [1] ► VERB 1) frequently behave in a particular way or have a certain characteristic. 2) go or move in a particular direction. ORIGIN Latin tendere stretch, tend . Ⅱ. tend [2] ► …   English terms dictionary


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