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- (often followed by `to') giving care or attention
"attentive to details"
"the nurse was attentive to her patient"
- Be attentive.
- I'm attentive.
- You're attentive.
- You're so attentive.
- Tom is attentive.
- He says that I'm attentive.
- The listeners stood in an attentive attitude.
- They were most attentive to his speech.
- She is very attentive to her grandmother.
- He asks me to be attentive.
- You need to be more attentive in class.
- Tom asked Mary to be attentive during meetings.
- be able to be attentive to unusual occurrences concerning the behaviour of the train,
- Fourth, the Commission observes that during the period 1996–2002, the State was particularly attentive to the operations of ETVA.
- they shall make a significant effort in terms of programme output by pursuing innovation, being systematically attentive to the script and encouraging the creation of original productions aimed, among other things, at promoting the French cultural heritage.