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- however 不管到什么程度; 无论如何; 然而; 可是;
- disregard 不顾; 不理会; 漠视，忽视; 蔑视，轻视;
- despite 尽管; 虽然; 不由自主;
- in despite of 不管，尽管;
- no matter 不介意; 不要紧; 不管; 不论;
Wherever they went they were closely followed by security men.
He has said he will fire editorial employees without regard to seniority.
Whatever you want to chat about, we'll do it tonight.
No matter how often they turn up, their welcome never wears out.
The chase is always much more exciting than the conquest anyway.
Whatever the outcome, it's going to be one hell of a fight.
Any dog bite, no matter how small, needs immediate medical attention.
Wherever he goes, a carload of soldiers goes with him.
Civil disobedience, violent or non-violent, is intentional law breaking.
Becker has never been the most consistent of players anyway.
This happens whether the children are in two-parent or one-parent families.
Suspicion and jealousy, however ill-founded, can poison a marriage.
I told myself I would be satisfied with whatever I could get.
Never leave young children unattended near any pool or water tank.
Accidents and sudden illnesses are no respecters of age.