- People tended not to save email messages.
- We tend not to reapply sun cream frequently enough.
- The primary carer tends frequently to be the mother and therefore the law favours the mother.
- The arguments always tend in the same direction.
- Alan winced at the direction in which his thoughts were tending.
- Who controls events, and in which direction do they tend?
- The requirements of perfect competition are that there must be very large, tending to infinite, numbers of producers and of consumers.
- As time tends to infinity both the variance and the total number tends to zero.
Middle English (in the sense 'move or be inclined to move in a certain direction'): from Old French tendre 'stretch, tend', from Latin tendere.
Palabras que riman con tendamend, append, apprehend, ascend, attend, befriend, bend, blend, blende, commend, comprehend, condescend, contend, defriend, depend, emend, end, expend, extend, fend, forfend, friend, impend, interdepend, lend, mend, misapprehend, misspend, offend, on-trend, Oostende, Ostend, perpend, portend, rend, reprehend, scrag-end, send, spend, subtend, suspend, tail end, transcend, trend, underspend, unfriend, upend, vend, weekend, wend
- She took a keen interest in flowers and plants, tending them with great care and fondness.
- The man next door tends his weeds with care.
- Caring for livestock or tending the land seems an idyllic lifestyle.
- She manages a restaurant downtown and tends bar once a week.
- The two met a decade ago when he was tending bar.
- He still spends his days tending bar, surrounded by smokers.
- The suicide bombers believe that a place in paradise awaited him, 70 virgins waiting to tend their every need.
- I will be able to tend upon you regularly for the next week but after that my time will be divided.
Middle English: shortening of attend.
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