late 15c., "attentive," from Latin attentus, past participle of attendere (see attend). As a noun, "intention, aim" (early 13c.), from Old French atente "act of attending," from fem. of Latin attentus.
1. Pleas attent to the healthi growth of the younger generation.
2. XX caught my attention as I began to attent abroad information.
3. The resources utilization and control of environment pollution are attent ion nowadays.