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regard

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2 an instance of looking especially briefly
  • flashed the young man an imperial regard that clearly indicated such behavior was out of line
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3 relation to or concern with something specified
  • With regard to your request for time off, go ahead and take the whole week for vacation.
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4 regards plural best wishes
  • Please give your parents my regards.
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5 a fixed intent look
  • fixed the same magisterial regard on all the miscreants who appeared before her in court
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regard

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1 to make note of (something) through the use of one's eyes
  • She regarded him with astonishment when he announced he had gotten engaged.
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get a load of [slang], lay eyes on, set eyes on

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2 to take notice of and be guided by
  • As a traveler, you should regard the laws and customs of whatever country you are visiting.
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3 to think of in a particular way
  • I wouldn't regard that offhand comment as an insult.
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take for

4 to think very highly or favorably of
  • an astronomer who is highly regarded by his peers
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set store by (or on)

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5 to give consideration to (as unexpected circumstances or contingencies)
  • The judges regard the amount of effort and energy you put into the project in evaluating it.
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figure on, reckon with, take account of, take into account

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Synonym Discussion of regard

regard, respect, esteem, admire mean to recognize the worth of a person or thing. regard is a general term that is usually qualified.
    • he is highly regarded in the profession
respect implies a considered evaluation or estimation.
    • after many years they came to respect her views
esteem implies greater warmth of feeling accompanying a high valuation.
    • no citizen of the town was more highly esteemed
admire suggests usually enthusiastic appreciation and often deep affection.
    • a friend that I truly admire


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