English translation of 'ignorar'
1. not to know
2. (não dar atenção a) to ignore
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'ignorar' in Other Languages
British English: ignore /ɪɡˈnɔː/ VERB
If you ignore someone or something, you deliberately take no notice of them.
Her husband ignored her.
- American English: ignore
- Arabic: يَتَجَاهَلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ignorar
- Chinese: 不理睬
- Croatian: ignorirati
- Czech: ignorovat
- Danish: ignorere
- Dutch: negeren
- European Spanish: hacer caso omiso
- Finnish: olla välittämättä
- French: ignorer
- German: ignorieren
- Greek: αγνοώ
- Italian: ignorare
- Japanese: 無視する
- Korean: 무시하다
- Norwegian: ignorere
- Polish: zignorować
- European Portuguese: ignorar
- Romanian: a ignora
- Russian: игнорировать
- Spanish: ignorar
- Swedish: ignorera
- Thai: ไม่สนใจ
- Turkish: görmezden gelmek
- Ukrainian: ігнорувати
- Vietnamese: lờ đi
British English: bypass VERB
ignore If you bypass someone or something that you would normally have to get involved with, you ignore them, often because you want to achieve something more quickly.
A growing number of employers are trying to bypass the unions altogether.
British English: disregard VERB
If you disregard something, you ignore it or do not take account of it.
He disregarded the advice of his executives.
British English: trample VERB
To trample on someone's rights or values or to trample them means to deliberately ignore them.
They say loggers are destroying rain forests and trampling on the rights of natives.
Translation of ignorar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary