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attendance

noun
     
at‧tend‧ance
1 [uncountable and countable] the number of people who attend a game, concert, meeting etc:
We have an average attendance of 4000 fans per game.
Last year's fair saw attendance figures of 32,000.
2 [uncountable and countable] when someone goes to a meeting, class etc, or an occasion when they go
attendance at
Most courses involve an average of eight hours attendance at college each week.
The doctor will have a record of her attendances.
3

be in attendance (at something)

formal to be at a special or important event:
Over 2000 people were in attendance at yesterday's demonstration.
4

be in attendance on somebody

formal to look after someone or serve them

➔ dance attendance on somebody

at dance2 (5)

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