- v.照料( tend的现在分词 ); 照顾; 招待; 侍候;
Several fishermen sat on wooden barrels, tending their nets.
The wind is tending to the south.
Prices are tending upward.
The situation is tending towards stability.
Prices are tending upward [ downward ].
物价趋涨 [ 降 ].
Prices are tending upwards.
The stream of public opinion is tending towards greater personal freedom.
I don't know that I am apt at tending fowls.
Lonand and Tom Shawn were tending bar.
It was with the sorrow so founded on satisfaction, so tending to ease.
His relations with me were subject to spasmodic outbursts tending constantly to get worse.
His conduct tending to disregard the judge's order constituted contempt of court.
The measures to invade online privacy are also tending to be various.
Mark and Charlie are busy tending to their business.
In the fields nearby shepherds were tending their flocks.
I've noticed that you spend a lot of time tending your garden.
Last October, while tending her garden in mora, Sweden, Lena Pahlsson pulled out a handful of small carrots and was about to throw them away.
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1. the work of caring for or attending to someone or something;
"no medical care was required"
"the old car needed constant attention"
1. (usually followed by `to') naturally disposed toward;
"he is apt to ignore matters he considers unimportant"
"I am not minded to answer any questions"