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Verb: regard  ri'gaa(r)d
  1. Perceive or think about in a particular way; deem to be
    "I don't regard the situation quite as negatively as you do";
    - see, consider, reckon, view
  2. Look at attentively
    - consider
  3. Connect closely and often incriminatingly
    "This new ruling regards your business";
    - involve, affect
Noun: regard  ri'gaa(r)d
  1. (usually preceded by 'in') a detail or point
    "it differs in that regard";
    - respect
  2. Paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
    "his regard to her wishes";
    - attentiveness, heed, paying attention
  3. (usually plural) a polite expression of desire for someone's welfare
    "give him my kind regards";
    - wish, compliments
  4. A long fixed look
    - gaze
  5. The condition of being honoured (esteemed, respected or well regarded)
    "a man who has earned high regard";
    - esteem, respect
  6. A feeling of friendship and esteem
    "she mistook his manly regard for love";
    - respect
  7. An attitude of admiration or esteem
    "she lost all regard for him";
    - respect, esteem

Derived forms: regarded, regarding, regards

See also: attentive, heedful, heedless, paying attention, thoughtful, unheeding

Type of: affection, affectionateness, attending, attention, attitude, bear on, believe, come to, conceive, concern, consider, detail, fondness, greeting, have to do with, heart, honor [US], honour [Brit, Cdn], item, laurels, look, mental attitude, pertain, philia, point, refer, relate, salutation, stare, tenderness, think, touch, touch on, warmheartedness, warmness

Encyclopedia: Regard