Intend

Intend = plan to do something: ‘I intend to arrive early and make sure that I get a seat.’

Tend = (i) be likely or true in most causes: ‘At that age, girls tend to be more mature than boys.’ (ii) have a tendency or disposition to do or be something: ‘She tends to be nervous before examination.’

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