简明英汉词典

regard
[ri5^B:d]
n.
关心, 注意, 尊敬, 尊重, 致意, 问候, 关系
vt.
看待, 当作, 重视, 尊敬, 关系

美国传统词典[双解]

regard
re.gard
AHD:[r1-g?rd“]
D.J.[ri6g$8d]
K.K.[r!6g$d]
v.(动词)
re.gard.edre.gard.ingre.gards
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To look at attentively; observe closely.
打量:留神地观看;仔细观察

(2)

To look upon or consider in a particular way:
看待:以某种特殊的方式看待或思考:
I regard him as a fool.
我把他看作一个傻瓜

(3)

To hold in esteem or respect:
尊敬:带着尊敬或敬重:
She regards her teachers highly.
她极为尊敬老师

(4)

To relate or refer to; concern:
与…相关:相关或与…有关;涉及:
This item regards their liability.
这一项涉及到他们的可靠性

(5)

To take into account; consider.
考虑;思考:考虑进去;考虑

(6)

Obsolete To take care of.
【废语】 照顾
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To look or gaze.
看,凝视

(2)

To give heed; pay attention.
留心;注意
n.(名词)

(1)

A look or gaze.
看,凝视

(2)

Careful thought or attention; heed:
留意:仔细地考虑或注意;留心:
She gives little regard to her appearance.
她不太注重外表

(3)

Respect, affection, or esteem:
尊敬,喜爱,敬重:
He has high regard for your work.
他十分敬重你的工作

(4)

regards Good wishes expressing such sentiment:
regards 问候:表达这类感情的美好祝愿:
Give the family my best regards.
祝您全家幸福

(5)

A particular point or aspect; respect:
方面:特定的观点或方面;方面:
She was lucky in that regard.
在那方面她很幸运

(6)

Basis for action; motive.
动机:行动的基础;动机

(7)

Obsolete Appearance or aspect.
【废语】 外表,外观

习惯用语

as regards
Concerning.
关于

in regard to或

with regard to
With respect to.
关于

语源

(1)

Middle English regarden
中古英语 regarden

(2)

from Old French regarder
源自 古法语 regarder

(3)

re- [re-]
re- [前缀,表“又,再”]

(4)

guarder [to guard] [of Germanic origin] * see guard
guarder [保卫] [源于日耳曼语] *参见 guard

参考词汇

(1)

regardesteemadmirationrespect

(2)

These nouns refer to a feeling based on perception of and a measure of approval for the worth of a person or thing.
这些名词指基于对一个人或物的价值肯定的感受及衡量而建立的感情。

(3)

Regard is the least forceful and most general:
Regard 是力度最小和最常用的词:
Please give your parents my warmest regards.
请向您父母转达我最诚挚的祝愿。
“I once thought you had a kind of regard for her” (George Borrow).
“我以前曾认为你对她有些尊敬之意” (乔治·保罗)。

(4)

Esteem connotes considered appraisal and positive regard:
Esteem 意为经过考虑的认可和敬重:
“The near-unanimity of esteem he enjoyed during his lifetime has by no means been sustained since” (Will Crutchfield).
“在世期间他所受到的一致尊敬在他去世后却一去不复返” (威尔·克拉士弗尔德)。

(5)

Admiration is a feeling of keen approbation:
Admiration 是一种由衷赞许的感情:
“Greatness is a spiritual condition worthy to excite love, interest, and admiration” (Matthew Arnold).
“伟大是一种值得深深热爱、推崇和钦佩的精神境界” (马修·阿诺德)。

(6)

Respect implies appreciative, often deferential regard resulting from careful assessment:
Respect 暗示经过仔细评估而产生感激且常为恭敬的感情:
“I have a great respect for any man who makes his own way in life” (Winston Churchill).See also Synonyms at consider
“我对在生活中走自己路的人充满敬佩之情” (温斯顿·丘吉尔)参见同义词 consider

用法
Regard is traditionally used in the singular in the phrase in regard (not in regards ) to. Regarding and as regards are also standard in the sense “with reference to.” In the same sense with respect to is acceptable, but respecting is not. · Respects is sometimes considered preferable to regards in the sense of “particulars”: In some respects (not regards ) the books are alike.
Regard 传统上以单数形式出现在词组 in regard 中(而不是 in regards ) to。 Regarding和 as regards 也是正规用法,意为“关于…。” 具有同样意义的with respect to 也是可以接受的, 但用respecting 就不可以了。 在表示“个别”时,有时respects 比 regards 更适合: In some respects (而不用 regards ) the books are alike。

现代英汉词典

regard
[rI5^B:d]
vt.

(1)

注视;看

(2)

看待;对待
I have always regarded him highly.
我总把他看得很高。
You can't regard him as a friend but a business associate.
"你不能把他看作朋友,只是个生意合伙人。"
'Titanic' is regarded as his best film so far.
'泰坦尼克号'被认为是到目前为止他拍得最好的影片。

词性变化

regard
n.

(1)

尊重;尊敬
to hold her in high regard
尊敬她

(2)

(pl) 致意;问侯
Give my regards to your parents.
代我向你父母问好。

习惯用语

in this regard
关于这件事;在这方面

with regard to
关于

With kind regards
谨此致候

现代英汉综合大辞典

regard
[ri5^B:d]
vt.

(1)

把...视为, 看作

(2)

[主要用于否定句]注意; 考虑

(3)

尊重, 尊敬

(4)

与...有关系

(5)

注视, 凝视; 对待
regard him as a friend
把他看作朋友
regard the situation serious
认为情况严重
regard sb. highly
尊重某人
regard sb. sternly
严厉地注视某人
regard sb.'s behaviour with suspicion
对某人的行为有怀疑
He did not regard my advice at all.
他根本不把我的劝告放在心中。

词性变化

regard
[ri5^B:d]
vi.
注意; 注视
n.

(1)

注重, 注意; 考虑

(2)

凝视, 注视

(3)

尊重, 敬意

(4)

关系

(5)

[pl. ]问候, 致意

(6)

理由, 动机

(7)

方面; 特点
pay regard to public opinion
重视舆论
with best regards
谨致问候
Please give my regards to your mother.
请向你妈妈问候。

继承用法

regardable
adj.

习惯用语

as regards
关于, 至于

give my best regards (to sb.)
请代问候(某人), 请代向某人致意

have high regard for
极为尊敬; 考虑到; 重视

have a low regard for
轻视, 小看

have regard for
重视, 注意到

have regard to
注意到

hold sb. in high [low] regard
尊敬[蔑视]某人

in regard of[to]
关于

in sb.'s regard
关于某人, 对于某人

in this regard
关于此事; 在这点上

out of regard for
出于对...的重视, 出于对...的考虑

pay regard to sb.
尊重某人; 注重到某人

with regard to [of](=in regard to)
关于, 对于

without regard to [for]
不顾, 不考虑

regard ...as...
把...视为; 认为...是

参考词汇
consider    

用法词典

regard
来自法语re-再 + garder看管;看护

英文相关词典

regard
consider    judge    think of    disregard    

美国传统词典

regard
re.gard
AHD:[r1-g?rd“]
D.J.[ri6g$8d]
K.K.[r!6g$d]
v.
re.gard.ed, re.gard.ing, re.gards
v.tr.

(1)

To look at attentively; observe closely.

(2)

To look upon or consider in a particular way:
I regard him as a fool.

(3)

To hold in esteem or respect:
She regards her teachers highly.

(4)

To relate or refer to; concern:
This item regards their liability.

(5)

To take into account; consider.

(6)

Obsolete To take care of.
v.intr.

(1)

To look or gaze.

(2)

To give heed; pay attention.
n.

(1)

A look or gaze.

(2)

Careful thought or attention; heed:
She gives little regard to her appearance.

(3)

Respect, affection, or esteem:
He has high regard for your work.

(4)

regards Good wishes expressing such sentiment:
Give the family my best regards.

(5)

A particular point or aspect; respect:
She was lucky in that regard.

(6)

Basis for action; motive.

(7)

Obsolete Appearance or aspect.

习惯用语

as regards
Concerning.

in regard toor

with regard to
With respect to.

语源

(1)

Middle English regarden

(2)

from Old French regarder

(3)

re- [re-]

(4)

guarder [to guard] [of Germanic origin] * see guard

参考词汇

(1)

regard, esteem, admiration, respect

(2)

These nouns refer to a feeling based on perception of and a measure of approval for the worth of a person or thing.

(3)

Regard is the least forceful and most general:
Please give your parents my warmest regards.
“I once thought you had a kind of regard for her” (George Borrow).

(4)

Esteem connotes considered appraisal and positive regard:
“The near-unanimity of esteem he enjoyed during his lifetime has by no means been sustained since” (Will Crutchfield).

(5)

Admiration is a feeling of keen approbation:
“Greatness is a spiritual condition worthy to excite love, interest, and admiration” (Matthew Arnold).

(6)

Respect implies appreciative, often deferential regard resulting from careful assessment:
“I have a great respect for any man who makes his own way in life” (Winston Churchill).See also Synonyms at consider

用法
Regard is traditionally used in the singular in the phrase in regard (not in regards ) to. Regarding and as regards are also standard in the sense “with reference to.” In the same sense with respect to is acceptable, but respecting is not. · Respects is sometimes considered preferable to regards in the sense of “particulars”: In some respects (not regards ) the books are alike.

英汉法学大词典

regard
敬贺金

英汉化学大词典

regard
vt.看待,考虑,关系;n.尊重,看待,问候,理由,注重

英汉经贸大词典

regard
vt.看待,考虑,关系;n.尊重,看待,问候,理由

英汉计算机大词典

regard
vt.看待(考虑,关系);n.尊重(看待,问候

英汉建筑大词典

regard
n.考虑,重视,关心

英汉水利大词典

regard
n.考虑,注意,注视

英汉心理学大词典

regard
注意

英汉中医大词典

regard
n.看作,认为

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