regard

  • 41 regard — 1. verb 1) we regard the results as encouraging Syn: consider, look on, view, see, think of, judge, deem, estimate, assess, reckon, rate 2) he regarded her coldly Syn …

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  • 42 regard — verb 1》 consider in a particular way. 2》 gaze at in a specified fashion. 3》 archaic pay attention to. noun 1》 attention or concern: she rescued him without regard for herself. 2》 high opinion; esteem.     ↘(regards) best wishes. 3》 a steady look …

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  • 43 regard — See: IN REFERENCE TO or IN REGARD TO or WITH REGARD TO …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 44 regard — See: IN REFERENCE TO or IN REGARD TO or WITH REGARD TO …

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  • 45 regard — 1. noun /ɹɪˈɡɑːd,ɹɪˈɡɑɹd/ a) Ones concern for another; esteem. This attempt will be made with every regard to the difficulty of the undertaking[...]. b) aspect; detail; manner; respect; …

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  • 46 regard — See: in reference to or in regard to or with regard to …

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  • 47 regard — See regard, regards …

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  • 48 Regard — Re|gard [rə ga:r] der; s, s <aus gleichbed. fr. regard zu regarder, vgl. ↑regardieren> (veraltet) Anblick; Rücksicht …

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  • 49 regard — v 1. look, look on or upon, view, see, eye, behold, set or lay eyes on; witness, see with one s own eyes, sight, catch sight of, descry, glimpse, catch or get a glimpse of, spy, espy, Inf. get a load of, take a sidelong look; perceive, discover,… …

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  • 50 regard — apžiūros langas statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. viewport vok. Sichtfenster, n rus. смотровой окно, n; смотровой патрубок, m pranc. regard, m …

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  • 51 regard — Concern. Kind feeling toward another. See court of regard …

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  • 52 Regard — Extra money paid by the king to one of his captains for each three month period the captain kept a 30 man troop in service in France during the …

    Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • 53 regard — [14] The notions of ‘looking at something, keeping it in sight’ and ‘guarding it’ are closely linked, and often coexist in single words. Watch is an example, and so was Old French garder, ancestor of English guard. Addition of the prefix re… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 54 regard — re·gard || rɪ gÉ‘rd / gɑːd n. esteem, respect; thought, consideration; look, glance; outward appearance; reference, relation; care, attention v. gaze at, look at; concern, relate to; esteem, appreciate; consider; pay heed to; take notice, pay …

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  • 55 regard — 1) grader 2) gerard …

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  • 56 regard — I. v. a. 1. Observe, notice, mark, remark, watch, behold, set eyes on, look at, look upon, turn one s eyes. 2. Heed, mind, attend to, respect, pay attention to, give heed to, care for. 3. Esteem, value, respect, reverence, honor. 4. Consider,… …

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  • 57 Regard — ♦ A form of bonus, paid quarterly, the normal rate being 100 marks for the service of thirty men at arms. (Prestwich, Michael. Armies and Warfare in the Middle Ages: The English Experience, 348) …

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  • 58 regard — re·gard …

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  • 59 regard —   Hāliu …

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  • 60 regard — In old English law, inspection; supervision. Also a reward, fee, or perquisite …

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