disregard

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

Plain form
disregard

Third-person singular
disregards

Past tense
disregarded

Past participle
disregarded

Present participle
disregarding

  1. (transitive) If you disregard something, you ignore it.
    The criminal disregarded the law when he stole.

NounEdit

Singular
disregard

Plural
none

  1. (countable & uncountable) (singular) Disregard is the lack of care or attention to something.
    His actions showed a total disregard for the law.
    His own arm in terrible pain and with disregard for his personal safety, he pulled the man to onto the boat.