Meaning of REGARD in English

REGARD

I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from ~er Date: 14th century appearance , 2. attention , consideration , a protective interest ; care , look , gaze , 4. the worth or estimation in which something or someone is held , b. a feeling of respect and affection ; esteem , friendly greetings implying such feeling , a basis of action or opinion ; motive , an aspect to be taken into consideration ; respect , intention , II. verb see: guard Date: 14th century transitive verb to consider and appraise usually from a particular point of view , to pay attention to ; take into consideration or account, 3. to show respect or consideration for, to hold in high esteem, to look at, to relate to, intransitive verb to look attentively ; gaze , to pay attention ; heed , Synonyms: see: ~

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