as regards


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as regards

prep.
In regard to. See Usage Note at regard.
Translations
فيما يَخُص، فيما يَتَعَلَّق
pokud jde
med hensyn til
aî òví er viîvíkur
-e gelinceile ilgili olarak

regard

(rəˈgaːd) verb
1. (with as) to consider to be. I regard his conduct as totally unacceptable.
2. to think of as being very good, important etc; to respect. He is very highly regarded by his friends.
3. to think of (with a particular emotion or feeling). I regard him with horror; He regards his wife's behaviour with amusement.
4. to look at. He regarded me over the top of his glasses.
5. to pay attention to (advice etc).
noun
1. thought; attention. He ran into the burning house without regard for his safety.
2. sympathy; care; consideration. He shows no regard for other people.
3. good opinion; respect. I hold him in high regard.
reˈgarding preposition
about; concerning. Have you any suggestions regarding this project?
reˈgardless adjective, adverb
not thinking or caring about costs, problems, dangers etc. There may be difficulties but I shall carry on regardless.
reˈgards noun plural
greetings; good wishes. Give my regards to your mother; He sent her his regards.
as regards
as far as (something) is concerned. As regards the meeting tomorrow, I hope as many people will attend as possible.
with regard to
about; concerning. I have no complaints with regard to his work.

with regards is sometimes used in ending a letter.
with regard to means `about'.
References in classic literature ?
There is no fixed rule as regards the length of a poem, but, generally speaking, they were composed of four, eight, twelve, or sixteen lines.
I have endeavoured in this work to develop this view in some detail as regards the phenomena with which psychology is concerned.
Sir," said Athos, "permit me to tell you, that your reasoning, though specious in appearance, nevertheless wants consistency, as regards me.