- n.漠视，忽视，蔑视( disregard的名词复数 );
- v.不顾，不理会，无视( disregard的第三人称单数 );
Any person who disregards this order will be in contempt of court.
Whoever disregards these regulations will be punished.
She always disregards his wishes.
The budget is unrealistic in that it disregards increased costs.
But his critics charge that he sometimes disregards due process.
She was deeply wounded by his disregards.
The practice of medicine that disregards scientific theory and relies solely on practical experience.
My dear, you are the stupid moth which that only disregards all consequences.
Whoever alienates himself from the masses and disregards their attitude is bound to fail.