Translation of attendance in Spanish:

attendance

asistencia, n.

Pronunciation: /əˈtɛndəns//əˈtɛnd(ə)ns/

noun

  • 1

    (presence)
    asistencia feminine
    to be in attendance estar presente
    • his attendances have been intermittent no ha asistido con regularidad
    • before noun she has a poor attendance record falta con frecuencia
    • Children will be awarded points for good behaviour, attendance and educational attainment.
    • His increasing workload had made attendance at council meetings and ward duties impossible.
    • His crime was attendance at the university without being properly matriculated.
    • The purpose of his attendance at the rally was simply to threaten Londoners further.
    • But regular school attendance is vital if young people are to achieve their full potential.
    • The report also advised the school to continue to work on improving pupils' attendance and punctuality.
    • As the organisers must have feared, the attendance at such events is a matter of habit.
    • It involves attendance at weekly two-hour workshops for a period of seven weeks.
    • Her attendance at court had to be secured by a witness summons and a threat of arrest.
    • Consultation data were checked against records of attendance at the practice.
    • Veterans turning up for the event should also confirm their attendance with Mr Hudson.
    • There is no evidence that any attempt was made to obtain their attendance at court.
    • The company has been recognising perfect attendances in its employees for over 20 years.
    • Failure to secure regular school attendance of a registered pupil is already a criminal offence for parents.
    • Traditionally it was one of the times when attendance at church was more or less expected.
    • Her attendance at last week's conference was clearly influenced by her desire to set the record straight.
    • However, he does have an exemplary record in council meeting attendance.
    • The racecourse is offering half price entrance to anyone who also books attendance at any other York raceday.
    • His attendance at the Doha meeting is a sign of how seriously the French are taking the issue.
    • It goes on to say that the teachers can help in promoting and enforcing school attendance.
    • The aim was to make the youngsters more motivated and improve their attendance at school.
    • Teachers claim the activities have had a noticeable effect on improved pupil behaviour and attendance.
    • There had been so much hope put on his attendance at the institutions of higher learning.
    • Schools are expected to put systems in place to monitor and promote attendance.
    • In our house, there were a handful of books, mainly given as prizes for perfect attendance at Sunday School.
    • She said the poor attendance of civil servants at work was an example of the lack of professionalism.
  • 2

    (service)
    atención feminine
    the doctor in attendance was new el médico que estaba de guardia era nuevo
    • to dance attendance on sb estar pendiente de algn
  • 3

    (people present)
    what was the attendance? ¿cuántas personas asistieron?
    • attendances of over 5,000 are not uncommon no es raro que asistan más de 5.000 personas
    • to take attendance pasar lista