attend (v.)
see to, look after, apply oneself to
1H6 I.i.173[Winchester alone, of Gloucester and Exeter] Each hath his place and function to attend
AC IV.vi.27[Soldier to Enobarbus] I must attend mine office
AW I.i.4[Bertram to Countess, of the King of France] I must attend his majesty's command
Cym I.vii.197[Iachimo to Innogen, of his valuables] They are in a trunk, / Attended by my men
MW V.v.40[Mistress Quickly as Queen of Fairies to all] Attend your office and your quality
Per III.ii.89.1[stage direction] Music plays while Cerimon attends to Thaisa
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