Verb(1) have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined(2) have care of or look after(3) manage or run
(1) I write most of my stuff late at night and tend not to spend a lot of time editing it.(2) Too many people who tend bar think of it as something to do while waiting for their big career break.(3) Winning entries tend musically to sound rather similar.(4) My dream has always been to tend bar at a beachfront resort.(5) Who controls events, and in which direction do they tend ?(6) We are confident that, in the long run, things tend upward.(7) They like to hire rugged, macho-looking guys to tend bar.(8) The arguments always tend in the same direction.(9) they tend to play more hurling than football(10) We tend not to reapply sun cream frequently enough.(11) People tend not to like to wait.(12) Part of a doctor's vocation is to tend the sick with care and conscientiousness.(13) The suicide bombers believe that a place in paradise awaited him, 70 virgins waiting to tend their every need.(14) They bounced along the cracked road, the cyclist careful not to tend too near the Harbor Center tower.(15) Some cultures also tend not to make eye contact.(16) You must have a familiarity with the character and history of the land you tend .
(1) tend to :: taumafai e
1. be inclined ::
2. incline ::
3. look after ::
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