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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
regard /ri'gɑ:d/
  • danh từ
    • cái nhìn
    • sự quan tâm, sự chú ý, sự để ý
      • to have no regard to facts: không quan tâm đến sự việc
    • lòng yêu mến; sự kính trọng
      • to have [a] great regard for someone: rất kính mến ai
    • (số nhiều) lời chúc tụng ((thường) dùng ở cuối bức thư)
      • please give my best regards to your parents: mong anh chuyển giùm tới hai cụ nhà những lời chúc tụng tốt đẹp nhất của tôi
      • with kind regards, yours sincerely: xin gửi tới anh những lời chúc mừng chân thành của tôi
    • in (with) regards to
      • về vấn đề, đối với vấn đề; về phần
    • in this regards
      • về mặt này, về lĩnh vực này, về điểm này
  • ngoại động từ
    • nhìn ((thường) + phó từ)
      • to regard somebody intently: nhìn ai chầm chầm
      • to regard something with suspicion: nhìn cái gì bằng con mắt nghi ngờ
    • coi như, xem như
    • ((thường) phủ định) để ý, lưu ý, lưu tâm đến (việc gì)
      • not to regard someone's advice: không để ý đến lời khuyên của ai
    • có liên quan tới, dính dấp đến, dính dáng đến, có quan hệ tới
      • this matter does not regard me at all: vấn đề này chẳng dính dáng đến tôi một tí nào cả
Concise Dictionary
regards|regarded|regardingrɪ'gɑrd /-'gɑːd-
noun
+(usually preceded by `in') a detail or point
+paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
+(usually plural) a polite expression of desire for someone's welfare
+a long fixed look
+the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded)
+a feeling of friendship and esteem
+an attitude of admiration or esteem
verb
+deem to be
+look at attentively
+connect closely and often incriminatingly

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 view, look at or upon or on, observe, note, notice, watch, eye, keep an eye on, gaze at or upon, stare at:
The children regarded the magician's performance with great interest.
2 contemplate, consider, perceive, view, look upon or on, treat:
The lion looked at me as if he regarded me as his dinner. Smith appears to regard his appointment as treasurer as a licence to steal
3 respect, esteem, value:
Gwen's friends regard her very highly indeed.
4 consider, view, look upon or on, think (of), judge, deem, rate, believe (to be), gauge, see, pay heed or attention to, esteem, account, take into account, imagine, reckon, evaluate:
I don't regard her as a likely suspect. He regards his professor as his mentor
5 concern, relate to, be relevant to, pertain to, apply to, refer to, affect, have (a) bearing on, bear on or upon, involve, have to do with, go for:
Our discussion regarded the disappearance of $10 from petty cash.
n.
6 reference, relation, relevance, relevancy, association, pertinence, application, bearing, connection, link, tie-in:
We would like to talk to you with regard to your application for the post of assistant editor
7 respect, consideration, attention, reverence, veneration, awe, deference, honour, favour, esteem, high opinion, approval, approbation, appreciation, admiration, affection, fondness:
They have no regard for the law.
8 point, particular, respect, aspect, detail, matter:
In this regard, I must take your past record into consideration.
9 care, concern, thought, consideration, respect, sympathy, feeling, sentiment; heed, attention, notice, mind:
The police behave as if they have no regard for the safety of the hostages. This work reflects the artisan's regard for detail
10 regards. best wishes, good wishes, compliments, greetings, respects, salutations, Archaic devoirs:
Please give my regards to your father.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun
+ verb [VN]
1 ~ sb/sth (with sth)
~ sb/sth as sth to think about sb/sth in a particular way: Her work is very highly regarded. + Capital punishment was regarded as inhuman and immoral. + He regards himself as a patriot. + She is widely regarded as the current leader's natural successor.
2 (formal) to look at sb/sth, especially in a particular way: He regarded us suspiciously.
Idioms: as regards sb/sth (formal) concerning or in connection with sb/sth: I have little information as regards her fitness for the post. + As regards the first point in your letter ...
+ noun
1 [U] ~ to / for sb/sth (formal) attention to or thought and care for sb/sth: to do sth with scant / little / no regard for sb/sth + to have / pay / show little regard for other people's property + He was driving without regard to speed limits. + Social services should pay proper regard to the needs of inner-city areas.
2 [U] ~ (for sb/sth) (formal) respect or admiration for sb: He held her in high regard (= had a good opinion of her). + I had great regard for his abilities. + Children no longer have proper regard for their parents and teachers.
3 (regards) [pl.] used to send greetings at the end of a letter, or when asking sb to give your greetings to another person who is not present: With kind regards, Yours ... + Give your brother my regards when you see him.
Idioms: have regard to sth (law) to remember and think carefully about sth: It is always necessary to have regard to the terms of the contract. + New sites for waste disposal will be determined having regard to environmental matters.
in this / that regard (formal) concerning what has just been mentioned: I have nothing further to say in this regard.
in / with regard to sb/sth (formal) concerning sb/sth: a country's laws in regard to human rights + The company's position with regard to overtime is made clear in their contracts.
more at AS conj.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 attention to/thought for sb/sth

ADJ.

due, full, proper | scant | particular, specific

VERB + REGARD

have
(often law) When exercising its discretion, the court will have regard to all the circumstances.
| pay, show
The manifesto pays scant regard to green issues.

PREP.

in/with ~ to
I am writing with regard to your recent order.
| without ~ for/to
an attempt to plan the future of an industry without due regard to market forces
| ~ for
a proper regard for human dignity

PHRASES

in that/this regard
I have nothing further to say in this regard (= in regard to what has just been said).
| a lack of regard
a lack of regard for public safety
| little/no regard for/to sb/sth

2 respect/admiration for sb

ADJ.

considerable, great, high | insufficient, low | mutual | critical

VERB + REGARD

have, hold sb/sth in
I have the greatest regard for his abilities. He is held in the highest regard by his colleagues.
| win
The film has won critical regard in America.

3 regards: used to send greetings to sb

ADJ.

best, kind, warm
(all written) The letter ended, ‘Kindest regards, Felicity.’

VERB + REGARD

convey, give (sb), send (sb)
(written) David sends his warmest regards to your parents.

PREP.

~ to
(written) My regards to your aunt (= please give my regards to your aunt).

verb

1 (often be regarded) think of sb/sth in a particular way

ADV.

highly, well
She was highly regarded as a sculptor.
| generally, universally, widely
The project was widely regarded as a success.
| commonly, popularly, usually | conventionally, traditionally
Foxes were traditionally regarded as vermin.
| legitimately, properly, reasonably
Civil contempt is not properly regarded as a criminal offence.
| hitherto | still | no longer

VERB + REGARD

seem to
He seemed to regard the whole thing as a joke.
| tend to
They tend to regard the open expression of emotion as being soft and feminine.
| come to
I had come to regard him as a close friend.
| continue to | be tempted to, be tempting to
The successful are often tempted to regard their success as a kind of reward.
| be a mistake to
It would be a mistake to regard the incident as unimportant.

PREP.

as
Many of her works are regarded as classics.
| with
They regarded people outside their own village with suspicion.

2 look steadily at sb/sth

ADV.

steadily | intently | curiously, suspiciously, thoughtfully, warily

VERB + REGARD

continue to
His eyes continued to regard her steadily.

PREP.

with
She regarded the mess with distaste.



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