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05 Jul 12:57 AM

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1. To ignore
2. To tune out
3. To disregard
4. To have a disregard for

→ I'm aware no.1 and no.2 can be used interchangeably, but no.3 and no.4. Are no.3 and no.4 also the same as the first two?
→ For no.4, is it also natural to replace "for" with "of"?

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