- 1 Asturian
- 2 Galician
- 3 Interlingue
- 4 Portuguese
- 5 Spanish
Conjugation of atender
- (take care of): coidar
- to wait
Conjugation of “atender”
- (transitive) to answer (the phone)
- to serve or answer (at a service counter or help desk)
- to take into account; to consider
- to meet, conform to, deal with or cater to (circumstances, requirements or expectations)
- to suit or accommodate (limitations, requirements or expectations)
Conjugation of the Portuguese -er verb atender
- (transitive) to pay attention to (something); to attend to (something)
- (transitive) to care for (someone, especially the ill)
- (transitive) to comply with (some rule)
- (intransitive) to pay attention; to mind
- atender a alguien—“to pay attention to someone”
- Rule: e becomes ie in stressed syllables.
- 1 Mostly obsolete form, now mainly used in legal jargon.
These forms are generated automatically and may not actually be used. Pronoun usage varies by region.
- Atender is a false friend, and does not mean “to attend (an event)”. The word for this in Spanish is asistir.