A:tend to” has 2 meanings. 1. usually, often, habitual, but not always - “I tend to make loud noises when I eat” “He tends to sleep late every night” 2. take care of, give attention to - “i tend to my garden by watering my plants every day”

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A:Care for/take care of I have to tend the children. or Frequently behave in a particular wayI tend to drink wine on weekends. It depends on the context. www.apoven.com
A: exactly! Sorry for being unclear.To summarize it, tend to can be used to describe how someone acts and ask to, for example, do the dishes.I hope you understand now! :)
A:It has a high chance of occurring.People who eat too much fast food tend to get fat.People who eat too much fat tend to develop heart problems.People who drink too much tend to develop liver problems.People who exercise tend to live longer.People who smoke tend to develop cancer.

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A:"I tend to buy lots of apples, then not eat them" (tend =have a habit to)" Farmers tend sheep" (tend=take care of)*soups boiling over on stove*A " Can you tend to that? I"m busy."B " Okay." (tend= take care of it, manage it, give it attention")
A:Verb(1):1. regularly or frequently behave in a particular way or have a certain characteristic"I tend to talk too much when I"m nervous."2. be liable to possess or display (a particular characteristic)"He tends towards conservatism."3. go or move in a particular direction"Fire is hot and tends upwards."Verb(2):1. care for or look after; give one"s attention to"As a volunteer, I tend patients, keeping them and their visitors comfortable."2. direct or manage; work in"I"ve been tending bar at the airport lounge."Which of these meanings are you particularly interested in?
A:Meaning=often, usually, have a habit"Sorry, I tend to talk really fast""I tend to fall asleep when I"m bored"Meaning=deal with"Will you answer the phone while I tend to the kids?""I can"t talk now, I"m tending to something important."

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A:Its literal meaning, which is "to look after": "I tend to my garden". "Jenny tends to Patrick"s wounds".Or its other meaning, "a tendacy to": "the sky tends to be cloudy".