attendance


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at·ten·dance

 (ə-tĕn′dəns)
n.
1. The act of attending.
2. The persons or number of persons that are present.
3. The frequency with which a person is present.

attendance

(əˈtɛndəns)
n
1. the act or state of attending
2. the number of persons present: an attendance of 5000 at the festival.
3. obsolete attendants collectively; retinue

at•tend•ance

(əˈtɛn dəns)

n.
1. the act of attending.
2. the persons or number of persons present.
[1325–75; Middle English < Anglo-French, Middle French]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.attendance - the act of being present (at a meeting or event etc.)attendance - the act of being present (at a meeting or event etc.)
group action - action taken by a group of people
appearing, coming into court, appearance - formal attendance (in court or at a hearing) of a party in an action
presence - the act of being present
turnout - attendance for a particular event or purpose (as to vote in an election); "the turnout for the rally"
nonattendance - the failure to attend
2.attendance - the frequency with which a person is present; "a student's attendance is an important factor in her grade"
frequence, frequency, oftenness - the number of occurrences within a given time period; "the frequency of modulation was 40 cycles per second"; "the frequency of his seizures increased as he grew older"
3.attendance - the number of people that are present; "attendance was up by 50 per cent"
company - a social gathering of guests or companions; "the house was filled with company when I arrived"

attendance

noun
1. presence, being there, attending, appearance Her attendance at school was sporadic.
2. turnout, audience, gate, congregation, house, crowd, throng, number present Some estimates put attendance at 60,000.
in attendance here, there, present, near, available, ready, nearby, accounted for, to hand, at hand, in attendance Several fire engines were in attendance.
Translations
حُضورحُضُور
účastdocházkanávštěvnostpřítomnost
deltagelsetilstedeværelse
läsnäolo
prisutnost
látogatottság
mæting
出席
출석
návštevnosť
obiskprisotnost
närvaro
การเข้าชั้นเรียน
sự tham dự

attendance

[əˈtendəns]
A. N
1. (= presence) → asistencia f (at a) is my attendance necessary?¿debo asistir?, ¿es preciso que asista yo?
to be in attendanceasistir
to be in attendance on the ministeracompañar al ministro, formar parte del séquito del ministro
see also dance
2. (= those present) → concurrencia f
a large attendanceuna numerosa concurrencia
what was the attendance at the meeting?¿cuántos asistieron a la reunión?
we need an attendance of 1,000hace falta atraer a un público de 1.000 personas
3. (Med) → asistencia f
B. CPD attendance centre N (Brit) (Jur) → centro m de régimen abierto
attendance fee Nhonorarios mpl por asistencia
attendance money Npago m por asistencia
attendance officer N (Brit) (Scol) → encargado/a m/f del control de asistencia
attendance order N (Brit) (Scol) orden que exige a los padres la asistencia de sus hijos a la escuela
attendance sheet Nhoja f de asistencia

attendance

[əˈtɛndəns] n
(= being present) → présence f
to be in attendance (= be present) → être de service (= accompany) (formal)escorter
(= people present) → assistance f, fréquentation fattendance figures npl (at match, concert)nombre m de spectateursattendance record n
His attendance record is poor → Il est souvent absent.

attendance

n
to be in attendance at somethingbei etw anwesend sein; to be in attendance on somebodyjdm aufwarten, jdn bedienen; she entered with her maids in attendancesie kam von ihren Hofdamen begleitet herein; the police are in attendance (form)die Polizei ist vor Ort (form)
(= being present)Anwesenheit f(at bei); regular attendance at schoolregelmäßiger Schulbesuch
(= number of people present)Teilnehmerzahl f; record attendanceeine Rekordteilnehmerzahl, Rekordteilnehmerzahlen pl

attendance

:
attendance allowance
n (Brit) → Pflegegeld nt
attendance centre
n (Brit) → Heim ntfür jugendliche Straftäter
attendance officer
n (Brit) Beamter, der sich um Fälle häufigen unentschuldigten Fehlens in der Schule kümmert
attendance record
n (= school register etc)Anwesenheitsliste f; he doesn’t have a very good attendanceer fehlt oft

attendance

[əˈtɛndəns] n (act) attendance (at)presenza (a); (regular) → frequenza (a); (those present) → persone fpl presenti
what was the attendance at the meeting? → quanti erano i presenti alla riunione?
there was a doctor in attendance on the queen → c'era un dottore al servizio della regina

attend

(əˈtend) verb
1. to go to or be present at. He attended the meeting; He will attend school till he is sixteen.
2. (with to) to listen or give attention to. Attend carefully to what the teacher is saying!
3. to deal with. I'll attend to that problem tomorrow.
4. to look after; to help or serve. Two doctors attended her all through her illness; The queen was attended by four ladies.
atˈtendance noun
His attendance (= the number of times he attends) at school is poor; Attendances (= the number of people attending) at the concerts went down after the price of tickets increased.
atˈtendant noun
a person employed to look after someone or something. a car-park attendant.
in attendance
in the position of helping or serving. There was no doctor in attendance at the road accident.

attendance ends in -ance (not -ence).

attendance

حُضُور účast deltagelse Anwesenheit παρουσία asistencia läsnäolo présence prisutnost partecipazione 出席 출석 aanwezigheid fremmøte obecność comparecimento присутствие närvaro การเข้าชั้นเรียน katılım sự tham dự 出席
References in classic literature ?
The writer remembers to have been present at an interview between two chiefs of the Great Prairies west of the Mississippi, and when an interpreter was in attendance who spoke both their languages.
Fairfax, not displeased at being thus relieved of a lighter attendance on Mr.
These hours of drowsihead were the season of the old gentlewoman's attendance on her brother, while Phoebe took charge of the shop; an arrangement which the public speedily understood, and evinced their decided preference of the younger shopwoman by the multiplicity of their calls during her administration of affairs.
There had been, this evening, after the revelation left me, for an hour, so prostrate--there had been, for either of us, no attendance on any service but a little service of tears and vows, of prayers and promises, a climax to the series of mutual challenges and pledges that had straightway ensued on our retreating together to the schoolroom and shutting ourselves up there to have everything out.
Whether the flitting attendance of the one still and solitary jet had gradually worked upon Ahab, so that he was now prepared to connect the ideas of mildness and repose with the first sight of the particular whale he pursued; however this was, or whether his eagerness betrayed him; whichever way it might have been, no sooner did he distinctly perceive the white mass, than with a quick intensity he instantly gave orders for lowering.
In cavalier attendance upon the school of females, you invariably see a male of full grown magnitude, but not old; who, upon any alarm, evinces his gallantry by falling in the rear and covering the flight of his ladies.
He was lounging in a large easy-chair, looking over some letters that had come in the afternoon mail, and she was standing before her mirror, brushing out the complicated braids and curls in which Eliza had arranged her hair; for, noticing her pale cheeks and haggard eyes, she had excused her attendance that night, and ordered her to bed.
A priest was in attendance, and he helped the girl climb up, and said comforting words to her, and made the under-sheriff provide a stool for her.
He selects the subjects which he will study, and enters his name for these studies; but he can skip attendance.
Episodes like these enlivened the quiet course of every-day existence, made more quiet by the departure of Dick Carter, Living Perkins, and Huldah Meserve for Wareham, and the small attendance at the winter school, from which the younger children of the place stayed away during the cold weather.
He was a stranger to nearly every member of that body; but, having recently made his escape from the south- ern prison-house of bondage, and feeling his curiosity excited to ascertain the principles and measures of the abolitionists,--of whom he had heard a somewhat vague description while he was a slave,--he was in- duced to give his attendance, on the occasion al- luded to, though at that time a resident in New Bedford.
John Knightley, that in spite of maternal solicitude for the immediate enjoyment of her little ones, and for their having instantly all the liberty and attendance, all the eating and drinking, and sleeping and playing, which they could possibly wish for, without the smallest delay, the children were never allowed to be long a disturbance to him, either in themselves or in any restless attendance on them.