Meaning of REGARD in English

REGARD

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

be seen/regarded as essential

These measures are seen as essential for national security.

due regard/consideration

We want the best for each individual child with due regard for the interests of the other children.

generally regarded/accepted/known etc

The plants are generally regarded as weeds.

a generally accepted view

highly regarded

a highly regarded author

hold sb/sth in high esteem/regard (= respect them very much )

As an educationalist, he was held in very high esteem.

Romsey earned high praise from his boss.

regard/consider sth as crucial

The city was regarded as crucial to the area’s defence.

scant regard

They produce goods with scant regard for quality.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

high

Turner could arguably find a more permanent niche with another side, through Hampshire have a high regard for his ability.

While I hold these scholars and practitioners in the highest regard , I have not relied exclusively on their work.

One of the rules shows that the Convention had a high regard for its dignity.

Young women of this age show a high regard for each other's individuality and a greater ability to tolerate differences.

They receive information on it from people they trust, and whose opinion they hold in high regard .

He holds the rabbit in high regard as a sporting quarry.

low

They also became aware of the low regard in which the farm worker is held outside their own rural area.

proper

She seemed to have a proper regard for the frivolous things in life.

Clearly its exercise must be governed by practical considerations, and by a proper regard for the rights of others.

The Brezhnev leadership, like Stalin's, showed a proper regard for the political stakes in interstate rivalry.

scant

Other criticisms of the Ridley ruling appear to show scant regard for the integrity of the retailer or its competitiveness.

Wall Street is notorious for having scant regard for the future and even less for the past.

■ VERB

pay

Accordingly, it is not necessary to pay any regard to the Convention.

But I didn't pay much regard to that: that were all in the day's work.

It was regrettable that the single justice had been advised that there was no need to pay regard to Meikle.

For this reason it is essential to pay regard to different methods of applications development.

I have always been led to believe that we must pay due regard to a Bill's title.

show

Young women of this age show a high regard for each other's individuality and a greater ability to tolerate differences.

You have shown too little regard for that - but you know my views.

Traditionally comprised of technocrats with little concern for public input, the agency has shown even less regard for outside scrutiny.

It shows a lack of regard for the other individual's reasoning capabilities, as opposed to their sensual qualities.

Other criticisms of the Ridley ruling appear to show scant regard for the integrity of the retailer or its competitiveness.

The Brezhnev leadership, like Stalin's, showed a proper regard for the political stakes in interstate rivalry.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

high opinion/regard/praise etc

He has the highest regard for his hamster-locating abilities.

It was a display which earned high praise, not least from Coventry boss Bobby Gould.

Perhaps surprisingly, the indications are that Offa continued to hold Canterbury in high regard.

Surely the Buckleys have risen to higher station, or at least a higher opinion of themselves.

This, however, is no indication that they have a particularly high opinion of the spiritual contribution of women.

While I hold these scholars and practitioners in the highest regard, I have not relied exclusively on their work.

kind regards

send your love/regards/best wishes etc

He sends his best wishes to everybody at home.

Mr Mason sends his best wishes for the success of the event.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

For most researchers there are two choices available in regard to instrument design.

Henry Fielding was one of those who was annoyed by the poor's presumption in this regard .

In every case, the need for empathy and positive regard is greatly increased.

In this regard , do not limit yourself to experts.

The first is in regard to numbers and the second concerns language.

There are no employees with serious disabilities on the payroll either, though with regard to that issue also they are open-minded.

When exercising its discretion the court will have regard to all the circumstances.

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

as

These two techniques of casting are regarded as distinct and having different geographical distributions.

Some scholars say it will be regarded as only the slightest of blips on the radar screen of history.

This cave, also known as Diccan Pot, must be regarded as absolutely out of bounds for all but hardy and experienced cavers.

It can be regarded as private ownership at least as readily as it can public ownership.

They are regarded as belonging to an earlier age of superstition and ignorance.

Inner city schools are often regarded as corrupt in their intentions and management.

How, then, to explain defeat in a war which was regarded as just?

Survey questions pitched at a general level may elicit what respondents regard as socially approved values.

highly

The artist is highly regarded internationally and has exhibited in many countries.

Biondi, a highly regarded numbers cruncher, was seen as the man who was supposed to know about the reserve fund.

Oldman was totally dedicated to the department and was highly regarded by his colleagues.

He produced a report which is highly regarded .

His latest move was to bring in highly regarded chef Brian Whitmer as a working partner.

Two incidents marked his highly regarded but controversial career in Chicago.

Treasury Secretary John B.. Connally was backing his appointment as a highly regarded tax professional.

widely

It was widely regarded as presaging a new era of more co-operative meetings between the leaders of the two governments.

Linda Nicholson is a member of the London Fortepiano Trio and is widely regarded as a leading fortepiano player.

Thousands of pub landlords had been given notices to quit and offered lease agreements with rents widely regarded as excessive.

Local government, however, is also widely regarded as an instrument of democratic self-government.

Clark, a former political scientist widely regarded as cool and aloof, seemed transformed by power.

The handling of the whole referendum affair was widely regarded by commentators as a humiliation for Tudjman's administration.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

high opinion/regard/praise etc

He has the highest regard for his hamster-locating abilities.

It was a display which earned high praise, not least from Coventry boss Bobby Gould.

Perhaps surprisingly, the indications are that Offa continued to hold Canterbury in high regard.

Surely the Buckleys have risen to higher station, or at least a higher opinion of themselves.

This, however, is no indication that they have a particularly high opinion of the spiritual contribution of women.

While I hold these scholars and practitioners in the highest regard, I have not relied exclusively on their work.

kind regards

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

She regarded him thoughtfully.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Apart from one being inward and the other outward, Locke regards reflection and sensation as being very similar.

But before he is murdered, he makes several attacks on what he regards as outdated attitudes.

But if the other party doesn't use this level of response themselves, they may regard you as insincere or phoney.

Contemporaries certainly regarded them in this light.

Contrary to expectations studies show that most people continue to regard themselves positively as they grow older.

However, to public and professionals alike many old buildings are still regarded as representing little more than four external walls.

The figures are regarded as targets rather than as criteria.

Those of us somewhat informed regarding budget issues are aware that the East Grand Forks city budget is about $ 5.5 million.

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