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regard
rɪ'gɑːrd
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A long fixed look.
  2. Paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people).
  3. A detail or point.
  4. An attitude of admiration or esteem.
  5. A polite expression of desire for someone's welfare.
  6. A feeling of friendship and esteem.
  7. The condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded).
(动) As a verb
  1. Deem to be.
  2. Look at attentively.
  3. Connect closely and often incriminatingly.
Hyphenationre•gard
Part of Speech(动) verb, (剂物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
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尊敬zūnjìngto respect; to revere
尊重zūnzhòngto esteem; to respect; to honor; to value; eminent; serious; proper
考虑kǎolǜto think over; to consider; consideration
关心guānxīnto be concerned about; to care about
致意zhìyìto send one's greetings; to send best regards; to devote attention to
问候wènhòuto give one's respects; to send a greeting
注重zhùzhòngto pay attention to; to emphasize
注意zhùyìto take note of; to pay attention to
shānto regard; to look up to, to look, to take a glance at
心意xīnyìregard; kindly feelings; intention
hángbirds flying up and down, to look at; to regard; to inspect
pìngto look; to regard; to inspect
看待kàndàito look upon; to regard
shìto look at; to regard; to inspect
lùnopinion; view; theory; doctrine; to discuss; to talk about; to regard; to consider; per; by the (kilometer, hour etc)
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