Tend

フレーズと例文

tend to use   (使用する傾向がある)

Menace of Destruction members tend to use the color red.

Unorthodox spars tend to use hit claims, as discussed above as open and closed.

Men and women tend to use different neural pathways to encode stimuli into memory.

people tend   (人々は傾向がある)

The Lacandon people tend to wear a simple white tunic.

And people tend to believe it."

In the cities, people tend to speak purer forms of Ukrainian or Russian.

tend not   (しない傾向がある)

Municipal candidates tend not to run on party slates.

Victims tend not to report rapes owing to stigma and fear of reprisal.

Thus, facilitators within successful communities tend not to be pedantic, but supportive.

tend to focus   (集中する傾向がある)

These tend to focus on single heroes, romance, and magic.

For this reason, companies now tend to focus on high added-value processing of metals.

Economists tend to focus on markets or aggregate outcomes instead of observing individual behavior.

tend to form   (形成する傾向がある)

At these higher altitudes, the plants tend to form isolated cushions.

Matrices, subject to certain requirements tend to form groups known as matrix groups.

Common emulsions are inherently unstable and, thus, do not tend to form spontaneously.

tend towards

The species tend towards dull grays and browns in their appearance.

The Kenyan Kuria lean towards crop production, and the Tanzanian Kuria tend towards pastoralism.

Most other languages tend towards variants of the French and English forms, but notably Welsh has "Môr Udd".

tend to become   (になる傾向があります)

And the people who do that tend to become martyrs.

As a result, gases tend to become trapped at high pressure within the magma.

Therefore, the stairs themselves tend to become incorporated into that mysterious appearance.

women tend

His relationships with men and women tend to be temporary and superficial.

In the north, women tend to the home, and men herd cattle or work as farmers.

Men and women tend to use different neural pathways to encode stimuli into memory.

tend to occur

Middle entries tend to occur at pitches other than the initial.

The majority of attacks tend to occur when black bears are encountered suddenly, and at close quarters.

Massive earthquakes tend to occur along other plate boundaries too, such as along the Himalayan Mountains.

not tend

Common emulsions are inherently unstable and, thus, do not tend to form spontaneously.

Owing to its high density and low solubility, it does not tend to disperse far and dry spills are easy to clean up.

This means that the boat's passage through the water will not tend to lift the ends of the planking away from the stem.

species tend

The species tend towards dull grays and browns in their appearance.

Many migratory species tend to have polymorphic forms, a migratory one and a resident phase.

Many non-Australian species tend to be thorny, whereas the majority of Australian acacias are not.

tend to live

Adult female "L. trifolii" tend to live around 13 to 18 days.

Several animal species, including humans, tend to live in groups.

Whites tend to live mainly in urban centers, like Bogotá, Medellín or Cali, and the burgeoning highland cities.

tend to follow

Lutherans tend to follow Luther in this matter.

Modern historians tend to follow Herodotus's distinction.

The Captain Gault stories tend to follow several patterns.

tend to make   (作る傾向がある)

Auxiliary views tend to make use of axonometric projection.

I tend to make things as what they are.

Mutton and lamb, together with wild boar and venison tend to make up the region's meat-based dishes.

tend to produce   (生産する傾向がある)

Unsurprisingly, these trials tend to produce results that favour the manufacturer.

Natural malefics owning auspicious bhavas, when they act as yogakarakas, tend to produce good results.

Many varieties are suitable, but those developed specifically for baby corn tend to produce more ears per plant.