Translation of attendance in Spanish:

attendance

Pronunciation: /əˈtendəns/

n

  • 1.1 u c (presence) asistencia (f) to be in attendance estar* presente his attendances have been intermittent no ha asistido con regularidad (before n) she has a poor attendance record falta con frecuencia
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    • In our house, there were a handful of books, mainly given as prizes for perfect attendance at Sunday School.
    • The racecourse is offering half price entrance to anyone who also books attendance at any other York raceday.
    • His increasing workload had made attendance at council meetings and ward duties impossible.
    1.2 u (service) atención (f) the doctor in attendance was new el médico que estaba de guardia era nuevo to dance attendance on sb estar* pendiente de algn 1.3 c (people present) what was the attendance? ¿cuántos asistentes hubo?, ¿cuántas personas asistieron? attendances of over 5,000 are not uncommon no es raro que asistan más de 5.000 personas to take attendance (AmE) pasar lista

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