Hindi translation of 'regard'
regard /rɪˈɡɑːd रिˈगाड्/
Word forms: regards, regarding, regarded
1. transitive verb
If you regard someone or something in a particular way, you think of them in that way, or have that opinion of them.
आदर करना/मान्यता देना
He regarded him as stupid.
He was regarded as the most successful prime minister of modern times.
You use think and believe in many contexts to talk about your opinion of someone or something. Both verbs are followed by a clause, often starting with that.
regard someone/something as something
regard someone as a contender/outsider
regard something as a classic
You use regard and consider in formal writing to say that you think about someone or something in a particular way. The two verbs are used in different constructions.
Many people think science is intimidating or just boring.
Some experts believe that Western diet could be a factor.
You can also use perceive to talk about the opinions and beliefs of a group of people about someone or something. You often use perceive when you think that this belief or perception may be incorrect.
The vast majority of people would regard these proposals as unreasonable.
Certain kinds of behavior are not considered socially acceptable.
Our real problem is that ageing is perceived to be undesirable.
2. uncountable noun
If you have a high regard for someone, you have a lot of respect for them.
She was pleased by Harry's regard for her parents.
3. plural noun
Regards is used in expressions like 'kind regards' and 'with warm regards' as a way of expressing friendly feelings towards someone.
Give my regards to your husband.
You can use as regards, with regard to, or in regard to to indicate what you are referring to.
के संबंध में
जहां तक (का) संबंध है
As regards the war, Haig always believed we would win.
SIMILAR WORDSconcerning, regarding, relating to
You can use in this regard or in that regard to refer back to something you have just said.
इस संदर्भ में
In this regard nothing has changed.
SIMILAR WORDSon this/that point, in this/that respect
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Example Sentences Including 'regard'
But to understand what's coming in regard to myself you have to know.A Daystar of Fear
He was partial to corn on the cob, even though he couldn't regard it as English.Pretty Maids all in a Row
Besides, you all held Dr Singh in very high regard -- no one likes to be the bearer of bad news.San Andreas
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'regard' in Other Languages
- Arabic: اِحْتِرام
- Brazilian Portuguese: consideração
- Chinese: 关心
- Croatian: poštovanje
- Czech: úcta
- Danish: anseelse
- Dutch: achting
- European Spanish: consideración
- Finnish: kunnioitus
- French: considération
- German: Achtung Gefühl
- Greek: υπόληψη
- Italian: considerazione
- Japanese: 敬意
- Korean: 존경
- Norwegian: henseende
- Polish: poważanie
- Portuguese: consideração
- Romanian: respect respecte
- Russian: забота
- Spanish: consideración
- Swedish: aktning
- Thai: ความนับถือ
- Turkish: saygı
- Ukrainian: повага
- Vietnamese: sự quý trọng
- Arabic: يَعْتَبِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: considerar
- Chinese: 认为
- Croatian: smatrati
- Czech: považovat
- Danish: anse
- Dutch: beschouwen
- European Spanish: considerar contemplar
- Finnish: pitää jonakin
- French: considérer
- German: ansehen
- Greek: θεωρώ
- Italian: considerare
- Japanese: みなす
- Korean: 간주하다
- Norwegian: anse
- Polish: uważać rozważać
- Portuguese: considerar
- Romanian: a considera
- Russian: расценивать
- Spanish: considerar estimar
- Swedish: tycka
- Thai: พิจารณา
- Turkish: değerlendirmek
- Ukrainian: ставитися поставитися
- Vietnamese: coi như
Translation of regard from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary