Synonyms of regard in English:


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See Spanish definition of considerar


1‘we regard these results as encouraging’

consider, look on, view, see, hold, think, think of, contemplate, count, judge, deem, estimate, evaluate, interpret, appraise, assess, make of, find, put down as, take for, account, reckon, treat, adjudge, size up, value, rate, gauge, sum up, weigh up

2‘he regarded her with a cold stare’

look at, contemplate, eye, gaze at, stare at
watch, observe, view, survey, scan
examine, inspect, study, scrutinize
literary behold

3‘he seldom regards her advice’

heed, pay heed to, pay attention to, attend to, listen to, mind, take notice of, take into consideration, take into account


1‘he has no regard for human life’

consideration, care, concern, sympathy, thought, mind, notice, heed, attention, interest

2‘doctors are held in high regard by society’

esteem, respect, high opinion, acclaim, admiration, approval, approbation, popularity, appreciation, estimation, favour, deference, reverence, veneration, liking, affection, love

3regards‘Jamie sends his regards’

best wishes, good wishes, greetings, kind regards, kindest regards, felicitations, salutations, respects, compliments, best, love
archaic remembrances, devoirs

4‘she was aware of his steady regard’

look, gaze, stare, fixed look, intent look
observation, contemplation, examination, inspection, study, scrutiny

5‘in this regard I disagree with you’

respect, aspect, facet, consideration, point, item, characteristic, particular, detail, specific, particularity, fact
matter, issue, topic, question, circumstance


    with regard to

    ‘I am writing with regard to an article in your November edition’

    regarding, concerning, as regards, in regard to, with respect to, in respect of, with reference to, relating to, respecting, as for, as to, re, about, apropos, on the subject of, in connection with
    in re