ishtirok etish, qatnash, qatnashish
Noun(1) the act of being present (at a meeting or event etc.(2) the frequency with which a person is present(3) the number of people that are present
(1) The attendance at quizzes and debates has been two or three times higher than the norm for education sessions.(2) Traditionally it was one of the times when attendance at church was more or less expected.(3) It involves attendance at weekly two-hour workshops for a period of seven weeks.(4) It goes on to say that the teachers can help in promoting and enforcing school attendance .(5) Children will be awarded points for good behaviour, attendance and educational attainment.(6) His crime was attendance at the university without being properly matriculated.(7) The report also advised the school to continue to work on improving pupils' attendance and punctuality.(8) The aim was to make the youngsters more motivated and improve their attendance at school.(9) Veterans turning up for the event should also confirm their attendance with Mr Hudson.(10) reports placed the attendance at 500,000(11) However, he does have an exemplary record in council meeting attendance .(12) Her attendance at court had to be secured by a witness summons and a threat of arrest.(13) With the largest attendance so far this annual event is proving very popular indeed.(14) But regular school attendance is vital if young people are to achieve their full potential.(15) my attendance at church was very patchy(16) Teachers claim the activities have had a noticeable effect on improved pupil behaviour and attendance .
1. presence ::
2. turnout ::
3. attending ::
Different Formsattendance, attendances, nonattendance
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