look after; take care of
be liable, apt, or inclined to act or think in a certain way
move or develop one's course in a certain direction
"She tends to be nervous before her lectures"
"These dresses run small"
"He inclined to corpulence"
"She tends to the children"
"tend a store"
You got to wait a little while. Then I'll tend to you.
出自： W. Faulkner
The path tends west around small mountains.
出自： P. Matthiessen
Linda has to tend on her master to make a living.
The old lady has many maids tending upon her.