- 1 (have tendency, be inclined) tender* prices are tending downward los precios tienden a la baja his views tend toward the extreme sus opiniones tienden a ser extremistas, tiene tendencias extremistas to tend to +
infinitive/infinitivotender* a+ infinitive/infinitivoit tends to shrink tiende a encoger, tiene tendencia a encoger women tend to live longer than men las mujeres tienden a or suelen vivir más que los hombres she tends to be irritable in the morning tiende a or suele estar de mal humor por la mañana it tends to rain less in July en julio suele llover menos I tend to prefer white wine to red en general prefiero el vino blanco al tinto I tend to agree with you me inclino a pensar como usted he tends to catch colds easily tiene tendencia or propensión a resfriarse, tiende a or suele resfriarse con facilidadMore example sentences
- 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.
- 2 (attend) to tend
tosth/sb ocuparse dealgo/algn please tend to these customers por favor ocúpese de or atienda a estos clientesMore example sentences
- 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.
- [sheep/flock] cuidar (de), ocuparse de; [invalids/victims] cuidar (de), atender*; [garden/grave] ocuparse de to tend bar (American English/inglés norteamericano) o (British English/inglés británico) the bar atender* el barMore example sentences
- 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.
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The Senado is the name of the upper chamber of the Spanish Cortes Generales, and the place where it meets. There are 250 senators, most of whom are elected every four years, at general elections, four from each province. A small number of senators are also elected by the autonomous governments.