Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Regard"

The meaning of "Regard" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "without regard to personal or professional consequences," in the following passage mean?
A: @quolia444

without regard to = regardless of
personal = to him
professional = related to his job
consequences = results

Whatever happens to him, personally or in his work (being sacked, demoted, losing reputation, etc.).
Q: What does ”without regard to personal or professional consequences,” in the following passage.. mean?
Q: What does regarding mean?
A: Regarding is used to reference something or someone similar to about. An example is I would like to talk to you regarding your son. It usually has a serious connotation.
Q: What does sunny regards mean?
A: This is like "warm regards" which is a way to say something like "I hope you have a good day" or "I hope your day goes well." It expresses sincerity, fondness, and good fortune upon the reader.
Q: What does in this regard mean?
A: In this way

Example sentences using "Regard"

Q: Please show me example sentences with regarding.
A: I’d like to confirm something regarding my doctor’s appointment.
I lack information regarding this project.
Q: Please show me example sentences with regardless or regarding .
A: I wanted to write to you about the ideas mentioned at the last meeting.

No matter what, we will still be here

I do not know if that helped?
Q: Please show me example sentences with regard, regardless .
A: I gave my regards to the widow.

In regards to what happened yesterday, you’re fired.

I regard my teacher as someone who is highly deserving of respect.

Students have to go to school every day regardless of rain or snow.

Even though he lost his hand, he still continued writing regardless.

Jimmy ate the cookies regardless of his mom telling him not to.
Q: Please show me example sentences with regard.
A: Lucy didn't visit her aunt in the hospital because she had little regard for her health.

After working hard in the office, Samantha earned the regard of her colleagues, who saw her determination and success.

Before my mother left to visit my uncle, I told her to send him my best regards.

I regard my mother as a woman of great knowledge because she has taught me many lessons.

She held her husband in high regard and often admired him for his honesty and willingness to work hard.

Q: Please show me example sentences with regard.
A: "He is regarded as a professional in his field."
"In regards to your concerns, we have reduced our prices."
"We regard this as an important achievement in our history."

Synonyms of "Regard" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between regards and greetings ?
A: Regards is a acknowledgement of respect and well wishing for another person. You would sign off a letter with "best regards" (jak Pozdrawiam) . It also describes a viewpoint or perception of someone such as "I regard him as a friend". Greetings are just saying hello or well wishing someone on a special day like a birthday or Christmas. (Jak Wesołych Świąt)
Q: What is the difference between regarding to ~ and in relation to ~ ?
A: It's like concerning something
Q: What is the difference between regard A as B and describe A as B ?
A: @omoti:
Einstein is regarded (by the general public) as one of the top scientists of the 20th century.
Einstein is described as an eccentric man in some books.
Q: What is the difference between regarding and about ?
A: "Regarding" is more formal than "about."

"About" can mean other things too.

It can mean "around."
"I looked about the room for my keys."

It can mean "on average", "more or less", "roughly."
"It was about 20lbs."
Q: What is the difference between regarding and about ?
A: Regarding sounds more formal.

Ex. "Regarding the incident yesterday afternoon..."
vs
"About what happened yesterday..."

Translations of "Regard"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? あなたから依頼された書類を郵送しました。
ご返信用の封筒をご用意いただきありがとうございます。

Best regards,
A: I have mailed you the documents you requested.
Thank you for providing a self-addressed envelope.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "in this regard","in this respect" what's the difference?
A: No big difference.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? With regard to the sights, I will provide you with all the info once you are here. But off the top of my head, I’d say that you should visit at least...
A: I’ve changed ‘with’ to ‘in’ as it makes more sense 😊
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? le regard
A: @Tanina: the look

Other questions about "Regard"

Q: With regard to her aesthetic ramifications in marketing industry, it is highlighted that ‘kawaii’ has the ability to be adapted to almost any types of industries and merchandise platforms. does this sound natural?
A: With regard to her aesthetic ramifications in the marketing industry, it is obvious that ‘kawaii’ has the ability to be adapted to almost any type of industries and merchandise platforms.
Q: In regard to the car, and since this is a difficult city to park in the street and move around by car, I’d suggest you to leave it in a parking during those days. There is a very nice app called “aaaa” where you can see all the parking options in the city and their prices. does this sound natural?
A: Some minor amendments:
Regarding the car, it is difficult to park in the street and not easy to get around the city by car. I suggest you leave it in a carpark while here. There is useful app called “aaaa” where you can see all the parking options and prices.
Q: With regard to this time job, the executive did something in person. does this sound natural?
A: With regard to the job this time (こんかい?), the executive took it upon him/herself to do something about it
Q: With my sustained best regards does this sound natural?
A: Not sure about "sustained" here. If you are writing an email, we usually end with "Kind regards" or "Best wishes"
Q: I'm confused in regard to the explanation below. Could anyone help me??

"We can use'could have been' to talk about possible present situations that have not happened. (Possible in Present)

eg:He could have been Prime Minister now but he got involved in a big financial scandal."
The question is, Does this sentence refer to the past or present?
Does he still have a chance to become Prime Minister? or He didn't become Prime Minister because of the scandal?
A: "Could have been" is often used in situations where what you are talking about will never happen.

"We could have been movie stars." makes it sound like it will never happen.

In the example he didn't become prime minister and is not one right now because of the scandal, but it could be possible in the future.

"We could have been doing this 10 years ago" is talking about something that did not happen in the past, but Is happening right now.

Also "we could have started this project yesterday" is a sentence that still allows for the project to be started presently even using "we could have."

In general, if a specific time frame is used like "10 years ago" or "yesterday" or "now" it might still be possible in the present or future. If no specific time frame is used "we could have been" sounds like it will never happen.

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