Meaning of REGARD in English
n. 25B6; verb
we regard these results as encouraging : CONSIDER, look on, view, see, think of, judge, deem, estimate, assess, reckon, adjudge, rate, gauge.
he regarded her coldly : LOOK AT, contemplate, eye, gaze at, stare at; watch, observe, view, study, scrutinize; poetic/literary behold.
(archaic) he seldom regards her advice : HEED, pay heed to, pay attention to, listen to, take notice of.
he has no regard for human life : CONSIDERATION, care, concern, thought, notice, heed, attention.
doctors are held in high regard : ESTEEM, respect, acclaim, admiration, approval, approbation, estimation.
Jamie sends his regards : BEST WISHES, good wishes, greetings, kind/kindest regards, felicitations, salutations, respects, compliments, best, love.
his steady regard : (FIXED) LOOK, gaze, stare; observation, contemplation, study, scrutiny.
in this regard I disagree with you : RESPECT, aspect, point, item, particular, detail, specific; matter, issue, topic, question.
25A0; with regard to . See regarding .
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