disregard

disregard
1. transitive verb
ignorieren; nicht berücksichtigen [Tatsache]

disregard a request — einer Bitte (Dat.) nicht nachkommen

2. noun
Missachtung, die (of, for Gen.); (of wishes, feelings) Gleichgültigkeit, die (for, of gegenüber)
* * *
1. verb
(to ignore: He disregarded my warnings.) nicht beachten
2. noun
(lack of concern: He has a complete disregard for his own safety.) die Nichtbeachtung
* * *
dis·re·gard
[ˌdɪsrɪˈgɑ:d, AM -gɑ:rd]
I. vt
to \disregard sth/sb etw/jdn ignorieren [o nicht beachten
II. n no pl Gleichgültigkeit f (for gegenüber +dat); (for a rule, the law) Missachtung f
wilful \disregard for sth vorsätzliche Missachtung von etw dat
to show \disregard for sth gegenüber etw dat Gleichgültigkeit an den Tag legen
* * *
['dIsrɪ'gAːd]
1. vt
ignorieren; remark, feelings also nicht beachten; danger, advice, authority also missachten
2. n
Nichtbeachtung f ( for gen), Missachtung f ( for gen); (for danger) Missachtung f; (for money) Geringschätzung f ( for gen)

to show complete disregard for sth — etw völlig außer Acht lassen

* * *
disregard [ˌdısrıˈɡɑː(r)d]
A v/t
1. nicht beachten, keine Beachtung schenken (dat), ignorieren, sich hinwegsetzen über (akk), nicht achten auf (akk)
2. etwas außer Acht lassen, ausklammern, absehen von
3. eine Gefahr etc missachten
B s
1. Nichtbeachtung f, Ignorierung f (beide:
of, for gen)
2. Missachtung f (of, for gen)
3. Gleichgültigkeit f (of, for gegenüber)
* * *
1. transitive verb
ignorieren; nicht berücksichtigen [Tatsache]

disregard a request — einer Bitte (Dat.) nicht nachkommen

2. noun
Missachtung, die (of, for Gen.); (of wishes, feelings) Gleichgültigkeit, die (for, of gegenüber)
* * *
v.
missachten v.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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