attendance


attendance
n.
persons present
number of persons present

1) to check attendance; to take attendance (in school)

2) average; daily; low, poor; perfect attendance

3) attendance has gone up; attendance has fallen, gone down

presence

4) attendance at (attendance at a ceremony)

5) in attendance (a nurse was in attendance)

misc.

6) to dance attendance on smb. ('to fawn over smb.')

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[ə'tendəns]
daily
gone down
perfect attendance
attendance has fallen
to take attendance (in school)
['persons present'] ['number of persons present'] to check attendance
attendance has gone up
['misc. '] to dance attendance on smb. ('to fawn over smb. ')
in attendance (a nurse was in attendance)
['presence'] attendance at (attendance at a ceremony)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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