disregard definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to cover no interest or heed to; ignore.
    • To treat without proper respect or attentiveness.
    • to not consider; to cover no heed to; to omit to take notice of; to fail to observe; to small as unworthy of regard or notice.
    • To pay no attention or heed to; ignore.
    • to deal with without the right value or attentiveness.
    • never to view; to cover no heed to; to omit to cherish; to fail to observe; to minor as unworthy of regard or notice.
    • to pay for no interest or heed to; ignore.
    • To treat without proper value or attentiveness.
    • to not regard; to pay for no heed to; to omit to take notice of; to don't observe; to slight as unworthy of regard or notice.
  • noun:
    • not enough thoughtful interest or because of respect.
    • The act or condition of intentionally perhaps not focusing or caring about; misregard.
    • The work of disregarding, or the condition to be disregarded; deliberate neglect; omission of notice; wish of attention; slight.
    • Failure to regard or notice; particularly, deliberate neglect of something considered unworthy of interest.
    • willful not enough care and attention
    • not enough interest and because of treatment
    • decreased thoughtful attention or due regard.
    • The work or condition of deliberately maybe not focusing or caring about; misregard.
    • The work of disregarding, and/or condition to be disregarded; deliberate neglect; omission of notice; want of interest; minor.
    • Failure to regard or notice; especially, deliberate neglect of some thing considered unworthy of interest.
    • willful insufficient care and attention
    • insufficient attention and because of attention
    • insufficient thoughtful interest or because of respect.
    • The work or state of deliberately maybe not attending to or caring about; misregard.
    • The work of disregarding, and/or condition of being disregarded; intentional neglect; omission of notice; want of interest; small.
    • Failure to regard or notice; particularly, deliberate neglect of one thing considered unworthy of interest.
    • willful insufficient attention and care
    • not enough interest and because of care
  • verb:
    • to disregard; misregard.
    • won't recognize
    • give minimal attention to
    • club from interest or consideration
    • to disregard; misregard.
    • won't acknowledge
    • give minimal attention to
    • club from interest or consideration
    • To ignore; misregard.
    • refuse to acknowledge
    • give minimum attention to
    • bar from attention or consideration
  • others:
    • To omit to view and take notice of; neglect; especially, to treat as unworthy of respect or notice.
    • Synonyms Slight, etc. See neglect, v. t.
    • To omit to view or take notice of; neglect; especially, to treat as unworthy of respect or notice.
    • Synonyms Slight, etc. See neglect, v. t.
    • To omit to regard or take notice of; neglect; specifically, to treat as unworthy of regard or notice.
    • Synonyms Slight, etc. See neglect, v. t.

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