1. (usually preceded by `in') a detail or point;
2. paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people);
3. (usually plural) a polite expression of desire for someone's welfare;
4. a long fixed look;
5. the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded);
6. a feeling of friendship and esteem;
7. an attitude of admiration or esteem;
1. deem to be;
2. look at attentively
3. connect closely and often incriminatingly;
It is wrong to have no regard for the opinions and demands of the masses.
We regard labour as a matter of honour.
I do not regard the constitution of the U . K . as set in concrete.
Don't regard this very seriously.
Farmers regard foxes as vermin.
You have no regard for my feelings!
I do not regard books as extravagances.
They didn't regard the prospects favourably.
His colleagues regard him as a joke.
In this regard, the child may be thought of as having two homes.
I do not regard the prospects of the company favourably.
He was small and well dressed, and seemed to regard himself with some importance.
Defenders of the death penalty clearly regard it as the ultimate deterrent.
This little gift is a token of our regard.
I hold her in the greatest regard.
We always regard him as a friend, but he showed his colours in the current emergency.
She had an almost Germanic regard for order.
The people in the room seemed to regard her as an unwelcome intruder.
I regard this as a serious matter.
In this regard nothing has changed.
There were armed people about, people with little regard for human life.
He has no respect, no regard for anyone's feelings.
We've made extraordinary progress as a society in that regard.
The press regard her as merely one of a ruling troika.
The Party ruled the country without regard for the people's views.
The department is reviewing its policy with regard to immunisation.
In many societies young men regard themselves as highly active, the agents of change, shapers of the world.
These women regard his death as an act of providence.
If you're too assertive they regard you as an aggressive hysterical woman. I mean, you can't win!
Psychoanalysts tend to regard both sadism and masochism as arising from childhood deprivation.
in this (或 that) regard
in connection with the point previously mentioned
there was little incentive for them to be active in this regard.
with (或 in 或 having) regard to
as concerns; in respect of
he made enquiries with regard to Beth.
in regard to 或 with regard to
With respect to.
admire, honour, respect, regard, esteem
consider, think, believe, count, deem, reckon, regard
respect, honour, regard, esteem, admiration
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