Meaning of REGARD in English

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.

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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.

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

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