attendance

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/əˈtɛndəns/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/əˈtɛndəns/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ə tendəns)


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attendance

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. your attendance is [requested, required] (at)
  2. will be in attendance
  3. was in attendance
  4. was not in attendance for the [meeting, hearing, press conference]
  5. [hundreds, thousands] were in attendance (for)
  6. You'll never guess who was in attendance!
  7. promise that I will be in attendance
  8. recommend that you be in attendance
  9. [classroom, lecture] attendance
  10. has [poor, high, good] attendance
  11. [penalized, marked down] for poor attendance
  12. take attendance during class
  13. take attendance at school
  14. Attendance and participation count [towards, as] [50%] of your grade.
  15. Attendance is (not) [mandatory, required].
  16. ruined my perfect attendance
  17. had perfect attendance this [year, semester]
  18. College attendance is [increasing, decreasing].
  19. [conference, meeting] attendance
  20. [Student, Faculty, Employee] attendance was [lower, higher] than [last year, in previous years].
  21. [Student] attendance was [less] than [50%].
  22. are trying to increase attendance [of, at, for]
  23. was a huge attendance for the [game, funeral, coronation]
  24. an attendance of [more than, almost, lower than] (10,000)
n as adj
  1. [marked, checked] the attendance sheet
  2. has [an exemplary, a poor] attendance record
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