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regard

re·gard

regard

 
pronunciation:
rih gard
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb, noun
phrases:
as regards
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: regarded, regarding, regards
definition 1: to consider with a particular attitude or feeling.
He regards her as one of the best American playwrights.I regard your opinion highly.
synonyms:
esteem, look on, view
similar words:
account, appraise, consider, count, deem, judge, rate, think, understand
definition 2: to look at.
She regarded me suspiciously from across the room.
synonyms:
eye, gaze at, look at
similar words:
behold, contemplate, glimpse, observe, see, view, watch
definition 3: to take into account; pay attention to.
It generally pays to regard your doctor's advice.
synonyms:
allow for, consider, heed, mark, take into account
antonyms:
disregard, neglect
similar words:
balance, consult, make allowance for, mind, note, observe, ponder, take note of, view, weigh
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition 1: to pay heed.
synonyms:
attend, heed, mind
similar words:
look
definition 2: to gaze or stare.
synonyms:
gaze, stare
similar words:
look, ogle, see, watch
phrase: as regards
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: particular aspect; specified point.
In that regard, the job was poorly done.
synonyms:
aspect, respect, way
similar words:
consideration, relation
definition 2: (pl.) expressions of respect or esteem.
Please give your family my regards.
synonyms:
compliments, felicitations, greetings, respects
definition 3: reputation; esteem.
She holds him in high regard.
synonyms:
opinion, repute
similar words:
account, admiration, esteem, estimation, favor, respect
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