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- (uncountable) If you have regard for something, you respect it.
- He has a high regard for his teacher.
- These people have no regard for other people's feelings.
- (uncountable) Regard is how something is though about or looked at.
- We do disagree, but only in regard to how much the government is spending.
- What has he said with regard to taxes?
- He's made a lot of money and is certainly a success in that regard.
- (usually plural) You use Regards as a closing in a formal letter.
- (usually plural) You ask somebody to give somebody else your regards as a formal way to show your concern for and interest in these people.
- (transitive) If you regard something, you think about it.
- How do you regard his actions?
- She's widely regarded as the best tennis player in history.
- (transitive) When you regard something, you look at it.
- She regarded him with a smile.