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regard

verb /rəˈɡaːd/
(with as) to consider to be
considerar
I regard his conduct as totally unacceptable.
to think of as being very good, important etc; to respect
tener considerado/estimado
He is very highly regarded by his friends.
to think of (with a particular emotion or feeling)
considerar; mirar
I regard him with horror He regards his wife’s behaviour/behavior with amusement.
to look at
mirar
He regarded me over the top of his glasses.
to pay attention to (advice etc).
prestar atención, tener en cuenta
regarding preposition about; concerning
con respecto a, en cuanto a
Have you any suggestions regarding this project?
regardless adjective, adverb not thinking or caring about costs, problems, dangers etc
a pesar de, sin hacer caso de
There may be difficulties, but I shall carry on regardless.
regards noun plural greetings; good wishes
saludos, recuerdos
Give my regards to your mother He sent her his regards.
as regards as far as (something) is concerned
por lo que respecta, en cuanto a
As regards the meeting tomorrow, I hope as many people will attend as possible.
with regard to about; concerning
respecto a, en cuanto a
I have no complaints with regard to his work.
with regards is sometimes used in ending a letter. with regard to means ’about’.
(Definition of regard from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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