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ne·glect

 (nĭ-glĕkt′)
tr.v. ne·glect·ed, ne·glect·ing, ne·glects
1. To pay little or no attention to; fail to heed; disregard: neglected their warnings.
2. To fail to care for or attend to properly: neglects her appearance.
3. To fail to do or carry out, as through carelessness or oversight: neglected to return the call.
n.
1. The act or an instance of neglecting something: Your neglect of my advice will only make matters worse.
2. The state or fact of being neglected: The garden fell into neglect.
3. Habitual lack of care: The dog has been subjected to terrible neglect.

[Latin neglegere, neglēct- : neg-, not; see ne in Indo-European roots + legere, to choose, pick up; see leg- in Indo-European roots.]

ne·glect′er n.
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neglected

(nɪˈɡlɛktɪd)
adj
suffering from a lack of careoverlooked and forgotten
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.neglected - disregardedneglected - disregarded; "his cries were unheeded"; "Shaw's neglected one-act comedy, `A Village Wooing'"; "her ignored advice"
unnoticed - not noticed; "hoped his departure had passed unnoticed"
2.neglected - lacking a caretakerneglected - lacking a caretaker; "a neglected child"; "many casualties were lying unattended"
uncared-for - lacking needed care and attention
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neglected

adjective
1. uncared-for, abandoned, underestimated, disregarded, undervalued, unappreciated The fact that he is not coming today makes his grandmother feel neglected.
2. run down, derelict, overgrown, uncared-for a neglected house with an overgrown garden
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Translations
zanedbaný
forsømt
laiminlyöty
zanemaren
おろそかにされた
무시된
zanemarjen
försummad
ถูกทอดทิ้ง
bị sao lãng

neglected

[nɪˈglektɪd] ADJ [child] → desatendido; [house, garden] → descuidado, abandonado; [appearance] (of person) → descuidado, desaliñado; [promise] → incumplido
he is a much neglected composeres un compositor insuficientemente or poco reconocido
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neglected

[nɪˈglɛktɪd] adj
[garden, building] → négligé(e)
The garden is neglected → Le jardin est négligé.
(= overlooked) [person] → négligé(e); [subject, aspect] → négligé(e)
to feel neglected → se sentir négligé
a neglected aspect of London's history → un aspect négligé de l'histoire de Londres
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neglected

adjvernachlässigt; area, garden etc alsoverwahrlost; to feel neglectedsich vernachlässigt fühlen
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neglected

[nɪˈglɛktɪd] adjtrascurato/a
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neglected

مُهْمّل zanedbaný forsømt vernachlässigt παραμελημένος descuidado laiminlyöty négligé zanemaren trascurato おろそかにされた 무시된 verwaarloosd forsømt zaniedbany abandonado запущенный försummad ถูกทอดทิ้ง ihmal edilmiş bị sao lãng 被忽视的
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In Philippine art, the adoption of mosaic has been neglectedly nil, such that the only name one can recall is that of Elizabeth Chan, who did mosaic pieces for the Santa Cruz Church and the 'Annunciation' at the church of Ina Poon-Bato.
Brunette makes the latter the "skinny" signifie of "depressed urban surroundings" (115), but as I see it, it is not so much malnourished as newly planted-taking root a world hitherto neglectedly grey and treeless.