Definition of disregard in English:

disregard

Line breaks: dis|re¦gard
Pronunciation: /dɪsrɪˈgɑːd
 
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verb

[with object]

noun

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  • The action or state of paying no attention to something: blatant disregard for the law
    More example sentences
    • Their negligence and arrogant disregard for facts will put lives at risk.
    • Not that I object to the use per se, but that there is a carelessness that borders on disregard for the actual content.
    • Yet their lust for money and callous disregard for humanity blinded them.
    Synonyms
    indifference, non-observance; inattention, heedlessness, carelessness, neglect, lack of attention, lack of notice, lack of heed, negligence

Derivatives

disregardful

adjective
More example sentences
  • If Ontarians ever made the same gesture, it would prompt the Feds to finally realize that killing the goose that lays the golden egg for the whole country is the outcome of their disregardful tactics and myopic vision.
  • As a cyclist you are getting used to disregardful, incapable, or aggressive motorists.
  • Disregardful of his wife's pleadings, he lets the piano be left behind on the beach because he doesn't want to pay a little extra to the help for carrying it.

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