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regard (s) (noun), regards (pl)
1. A care or concern for someone or something: Karen seems to have little regard for her health as indicated by her excessive consumption of candy and other sugary foods.

Pete's construction company acted without regard for the safety of its workers.

Mark's father acted with due regard for the future of his children by providing them with financial bank accounts.

2. A feeling of respect and admiration for others: Mrs. Brown's students have a high regard

for her.

The writing of the author is held in high regard in that she is greatly respected and admired by her readers.

Sometimes used when ending a letter or message: I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Best regards, Sam

3. Used to refer to that has been recently mentioned: Mark, I have a question with regard to your last statement about going on a trip.
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regard (verb), regards; regarded; regarding
1. To look at closely; to observe carefully: Jack, the passenger in the car, said, "Jim, please regard the speed limit by paying attention when you are driving your car!"
2. To identify or to view in a particular manner: Harry's behavior was regarded as foolish.
3. To value, to esteem, or to like: Mr. Scott's students regard him as one of their best teachers.
4. To see, to reckon, and to consider: People regarded Kerri's laughter at the funeral as inappropriate.
5. To have good wishes expressed for others: Shanna regards Eugene's best wishes as a sincere gesture.
6. Etymology: from Old French regard, from regarder, "to take notice of"; from re-, "back" + garder, "look, heed, guard".
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