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regard /rɪˈɡɑːd $ -ɑːrd/ noun


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

regard
[verb]
Synonyms:
- consider, believe, deem, esteem, judge, rate, see, suppose, think, view
- look at, behold, check out (informal), clock (Brit. slang), eye, gaze at, observe, scrutinize, view, watch
- heed, attend, listen to, mind, pay attention to, take notice of
- as regards: concerning, pertaining to, regarding, relating to
[noun]
Synonyms:
- heed, attention, interest, mind, notice
- respect, care, concern, consideration, esteem, thought
- look, gaze, glance, scrutiny, stare
Antonyms: disregard, despite, despise
Contrasted words: deprecation, disapproval, disfavor, disgust, dislike, distaste, contempt, disdain, scorn, detestation, hate, hatred, reject, repudiate
Related Words: deference, homage, honor, reverence, appreciation, cherishing, prizing, valuing, approbation, approval, satisfaction, assay, assess, estimate, rate, value
English Thesaurus: look, have/take a look, glance, peek/peep, peer, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. regard1 S3 /rɪˈɡɑːd $ -ɑːrd/ noun
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: regarder; regard2]

1. ADMIRATION/RESPECT [uncountable] respect and admiration for someone or something
regard for
Jan’s regard for his great talent
Burt had high regard for his old law professor, Dr. Finch (=he respected him a lot).
The voters hold her in high regard (=respect or admire her).
Teachers are held in low regard in this society (=are not respected or admired).

2. ATTENTION/CONSIDERATION [uncountable] formal attention or consideration that is shown towards someone or something
regard for
She has no regard for other people’s feelings.
pay/show regard
One must show proper regard for the law.
little/no/scant regard (for somebody/something)
The present administration has demonstrated little regard for environmental issues.
All students must have access to quality education without regard to wealth or class.

3. with/in regard to something formal relating to a particular subject:
US foreign policy with regard to Cuba

4. in this/that regard formal relating to something you have just mentioned:
The company’s problems, in this regard, are certainly not unique.

5. regards [plural] good wishes – used when sending your good wishes to someone or when ending a short letter or message:
My husband sends his regards.
Hope to see you soon. Regards, Chris
(with) kind/best regards (=used to end a letter in a friendly but rather formal way)

6. [singular] literary a long look without moving your eyes

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. regard2 S2 W1 verb [transitive]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: regarder 'to look back at, regard', from garder 'to guard, look at']

1. [not in progressive] to think about someone or something in a particular way
regard somebody/something as something
Paul seemed to regard sex as sinful and immoral.
Edith was widely regarded as (=considered by many people to be) eccentric.
His work is highly regarded (=regarded as very good) by art experts.

2. formal to look at someone or something, in a particular way:
She stood back and regarded him coldly.

3. as regards something formal relating to a particular subject – use this when you want to talk or write about a particular subject:
As regards a cure for the disease, very few advances have been made.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

regard
noun
I. attention to/thought for sb/sth
ADJ. due, full, proper | scant | particular, specific
VERB + REGARD have (often law) When exercising its discretion, the court will have regard to all the circumstances.
pay, show The manifesto pays scant regard to green issues.
PREP. in/with ~ to I am writing with regard to your recent order.
without ~ for/to an attempt to plan the future of an industry without due regard to market forces
~ for a proper regard for human dignity
PHRASES in that/this regard I have nothing further to say in this regard (= in regard to what has just been said).
a lack of regard a lack of regard for public safety
little/no regard for/to sb/sth

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

regard
II. respect/admiration for sb
ADJ. considerable, great, high | insufficient, low | mutual | critical
VERB + REGARD have, hold sb/sth in I have the greatest regard for his abilities. He is held in the highest regard by his colleagues.
win The film has won critical regard in America.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

regard
III. regards: used to send greetings to sb
ADJ. best, kind, warm (all written) The letter ended, ‘Kindest regards, Felicity.’
VERB + REGARD convey, give (sb), send (sb) (written) David sends his warmest regards to your parents.
PREP. ~ to (written) My regards to your aunt (= please give my regards to your aunt).

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

regard
verb
I. (often be regarded) think of sb/sth in a particular way
ADV. highly, well She was highly regarded as a sculptor.
generally, universally, widely The project was widely regarded as a success.
commonly, popularly, usually | conventionally, traditionally Foxes were traditionally regarded as vermin.
legitimately, properly, reasonably Civil contempt is not properly regarded as a criminal offence.
hitherto | still | no longer
VERB + REGARD seem to He seemed to regard the whole thing as a joke.
tend to They tend to regard the open expression of emotion as being soft and feminine.
come to I had come to regard him as a close friend.
continue to | be tempted to, be tempting to The successful are often tempted to regard their success as a kind of reward.
be a mistake to It would be a mistake to regard the incident as unimportant.
PREP. as Many of her works are regarded as classics.
with They regarded people outside their own village with suspicion.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

regard
II. look steadily at sb/sth
ADV. steadily | intently | curiously, suspiciously, thoughtfully, warily
VERB + REGARD continue to His eyes continued to regard her steadily.
PREP. with She regarded the mess with distaste.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

regard

high regard
The players have a very high regard for their manager.
low regard
This might explain the low regard in which the President is held.
mutual regard (=which people feel for each other)
There seems to have been a genuine mutual regard between the two leaders.
considerable regard (=fairly high regard)
Eliot had considerable regard for Collingwood.
hold somebody/something in high regard
Doctors are held in high regard by society.
have a high regard for somebody/something
I had the highest regard for him.
have no regard for something
Some motorists have no regard for other road users.
have regard to something formal
The court must have particular regard to the factors listed in section 13.
pay regard to something
The architect who designed the building paid too little regard to its function.
show regard for something
He showed great regard for the Mosaic Law and Jewish customs.
due/proper regard
The aim is to get the job done as cheaply as possible, with due regard to high standards.
little regard (=not enough regard)
He drove himself on, with little regard for his own health.
scant regard (=very little regard)
Should we be exporting arms to countries with scant regard for human rights?
no regard
The decision was implemented with no regard for the families still living on the estate.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

regard
noun
1.
BAD: With regards to accommodation, there are several excellent hotels.
GOOD: With regard to accommodation, there are several excellent hotels.
BAD: As regard our working environment, the machines make too much noise.
GOOD: As regards our working environment, the machines make too much noise.

Usage Note:
with regard to (WITHOUT s ): 'With regard to the minutes of our last meeting, may I first draw your attention to Item 3.'
as regards (WITH s ): 'As regards transport, I would suggest that we hire a mini-bus for the days in question.'
See also REFERENCE (reference), REGARDING (regarding)

2.
BAD: He shows no regard to other people.
GOOD: He shows no regard for other people.

Usage Note:
regard for sb/sth (= respect for): 'He always does a good job and I have a high regard for him.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

regard
rɪˈɡɑ:d
See: in reference to or in regard to or with regard to

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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