Disregard - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌdɪsrɪˈɡɑːrd|  American pronunciation of the word disregard
Brit.  |dɪsrɪˈɡɑːd|  British pronunciation of the word disregard


- lack of attention and due care (syn: neglect)
- willful lack of care and attention (syn: neglect)


- refuse to acknowledge (syn: cut, ignore, snub)
- bar from attention or consideration (syn: brush aside, brush off, discount, dismiss, ignore)
- give little or no attention to (syn: ignore, neglect)

Extra examples

Please disregard what I said before.

He disregarded his father's advice and left school.

Some students completely disregard the rules of the school.

They treated the rules with complete disregard.

...revelers firing guns in the air with complete disregard for the possible consequences...

He ordered the jury to disregard the witness's last statement.

Mark totally disregarded my advice.

Local councillors accused the terrorists of showing a complete disregard for human life.

He said the bombing was in complete disregard of the Geneva Convention.

The judge instructed the jury that they should disregard the testimony of the last witness.

She acted with patent disregard for the rules.

He showed a blatant disregard for the safety of other drivers.

He showed blithe disregard for the rights of others.

He exhibited a brazen disregard for other people's feelings.

He has a cavalier disregard for the rights of others.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: disregard
he/she/it: disregards
present participle: disregarding
past tense: disregarded
past participle: disregarded
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