- 1.1 (not take notice of) [plea/warning] desoír*, hacer* caso omiso de he chose to ignore the remark prefirió ignorar or pasar por alto el comentario we can't ignore the fact that … no podemos dejar de tener en cuenta el hecho de que …More example sentences1.2 (snub) [person] ignorar she's been ignoring me all evening me ha estado ignorando toda la noche he keeps teasing me — just ignore him no para de molestarme — no le hagas caso or haz como si no lo oyeras
More example sentences
- He failed to consider or ignored some important aspects of my evidence.
- Essex motorists are widely ignoring new rules banning the use of hand held mobiles in cars, figures released by police reveal.
- To accuse France and Germany of ignoring the rules is simply to repeat a slanderous allegation often put forward as fact.
- She has been sulking since she climbed out of the bed, ignoring me and refusing to answer my questions.
- The travellers have been issued with a court summons after they ignored an earlier removal notice.
- Sadly, despite complaints, Tesco takes no notice and continues to ignore the public.
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Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.