Fend [verb]

Definition of Fend:


Synonyms of Fend:

Opposite/Antonyms of Fend:

Sentence/Example of Fend:

Mori spent much of Thursday attempting to apologize and fend off calls for his resignation.

In order for the FAST platforms to fend off this influx of competition, “you have to differentiate yourself,” said a second agency executive.

States, left by the federal government to fend for themselves, have struggled to get a handle on the logistics of distribution.

Some people with mild infections may not need to marshal a significant immune response to fend off the virus, Foxman says.

Every financial institution is looking to digital transformation to meet rising customer expectations for speed and convenience, lower its operating cost, and fend off competition, including from tech companies moving into financial services.

He has been forced to resist numerous attempts to lure him back to his homeland, where he thinks he will be arrested and tortured, even fending off prominent Saudi figures who have come to retrieve him.

When it works, the body produces antibodies that will, sometimes for many years, fend off any infection if the real germ attacks.

Jared Kushner, the president’s senior adviser and son-in-law, made it clear that the federal stockpile was not intended to serve the states, leaving them to fend for themselves in the quest for lifesaving supplies.

During this period, as Walmart tried to fend off a criminal case, its lawyers expressed willingness to discuss a civil settlement.

While both vaccines require two doses to give people the best protection, early evidence hints that Moderna’s may do a better job fending off symptoms as early as two weeks after the first dose.