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VERB 往往会；经常就 If something tends to happen, it usually happens or it often happens.
A problem for manufacturers is that lighter cars tend to be noisy...
In older age groups women predominate because men tend to die younger...
VERB 倾向于，容易表现出(某种特性) If you tend towards a particular characteristic, you often display that characteristic.
Artistic and intellectual people tend towards left-wing views.
VERB 个人认为;个人觉得 You can say that you tend to think something when you want to give your opinion, but do not want it to seem too forceful or definite.
I tend to think that members of parliament by and large do a good job.
VERB 护理;照料;照看 If you tend someone or something, you do what is necessary to keep them in a good condition or to improve their condition.
For years he tended her in her painful illness...
He tends the flower beds and evergreens that he has planted in the driveway.
VERB 照顾;照管;伺候 If you tend to someone or something, you pay attention to them and deal with their problems and needs.
In our culture, girls are brought up to tend to the needs of others...
She hurried away to pour more coffee and tend to the grill.