US: /ˌɪɡˈnɔɹ/
UK: /ɪɡnˈɔː/

English Vietnamese dictionary

ignore /ig'nɔ:/
  • ngoại động từ
    • lờ đi, phớt đi, làm ra vẻ không biết đến
      • to ignore someone: lờ ai đi
    • (pháp lý) bác bỏ (một bản cáo trạng vì không đủ chứng cớ)

Advanced English dictionary

+ verb [VN]
1 to pay no attention to sth
He ignored all the 'No Smoking' signs and lit up a cigarette. + I made a suggestion but they chose to ignore it. + We cannot afford to ignore their advice. + She deliberately ignored my question and changed the subject.
2 to pretend that you have not seen sb or that sb is not there: She ignored him and carried on with her work. + If he tries to start an argument, just ignore him.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 disregard, overlook, pass over or by, turn a blind eye to, be blind to, turn one's back on, turn a deaf ear to, wink at, brush off or aside:
If you are over 65, you may ignore this paragraph.
2 snub, give (someone) the cold shoulder, reject, send to Coventry, turn one's back on, Colloq give (someone) the brush-off or go-by, cut, turn one's nose up at:
I don't care if you are cruel to me, just don't ignore me.

Collocation dictionary


altogether, completely, entirely, quite, totally | almost, practically, virtually | largely | generally | just, simply
The government has simply ignored the problem altogether.
| consistently | apparently | duly
Her mother's opinions on how babies should be cared for were freely given and duly ignored.
| easily
The diesel fumes from Oxford's buses are not easily ignored.
| conveniently
(ironic) The managers have conveniently ignored these statistics.
| blatantly
Safety guidelines had been blatantly ignored.
| assiduously, carefully, deliberately, determinedly, pointedly, resolutely, steadfastly, studiously
She sat at her desk and studiously ignored me.
| blithely, cheerfully
He blithely ignored her protests and went on talking as if all were agreed between them.
| coldly


cannot (afford to)
a warning the prime minister cannot afford to ignore
| be difficult to, be hard to, be impossible to | tend to
Scientists have tended to ignore these creatures.
| try to | choose to
The judge chose to ignore the views of the doctors.


be widely ignored
Safety standards are widely ignored in the industry.
| ignore sth at your peril
The pernicious effect of this advertising on children is a problem that we ignore at our peril.
| ignore the fact that …
Did you think I'd ignore the fact that you were suffering from shock?
| sth can be safely ignored
(ironic) These people occupy such a marginal position in society that the authorities think they can be safely ignored.

Concise English dictionary

ignores|ignored|ignoringɪg'nɔr /ɪg'nɔː
+refuse to acknowledge
+bar from attention or consideration
+fail to notice
+give little or no attention to
+be ignorant of or in the dark about