ignored, past participle; ignoring, present participle; ignores, 3rd person singular present; ignored, past tense;
Refuse to take notice of or acknowledge; disregard intentionally
he ignored her outraged question
Fail to consider (something significant)
direct satellite broadcasting ignores national boundaries
(of a grand jury) Reject (an indictment) as groundless
refuse to acknowledge; "She cut him dead at the meeting"
dismiss: bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
fail to notice
neglect: give little or no attention to; "Disregard the errors"
be ignorant of or in the dark about
(ignored) disregarded; "his cries were unheeded"; "Shaw's neglected one-act comedy, `A Village Wooing'"; "her ignored advice"
Attention is the cognitive process of selectively concentrating on one aspect of the environment while ignoring other things. Attention has also been referred to as the allocation of processing resources.
(ignored) indicates that the contents of a particular field cannot be usefully examined; UDI drivers must not examine such fields.
(ignored) paid no attention (refer to base word)
(ignores) Is not affected by or treats the stated property or effect as if it didn’t exist or happen.
(Ignoring) When a player ignores another player the other player can't send messages to him and can't challenge him. Also, they won't be paired together. Players can ignore more players if they want, and can cancel ignoring them anytime.
(IGNORING) Paying no attention to. To refuse to take notice of; to shut the eyes to; not to recognize; to disregard willfully and causelessly.
A condition that prevents an action from being executed on a rule.
Used to direct teams to IGNORE signs they might otherwise take into consideration. For example “Ignore No Exit”, is sometimes used at the end if stage where cars are going into a park.
Avoidance; refusal to confront something within
v. To imitate American Christianity's treatment of the Biblical teachings on wealth.
to mark Yeast elements that are used as mock-ups during graphical design. These elements must not belong to the final HTML document, because they were used as an example to clarify the design.
and add only new attributes - this will not alter any existing attributes, it will only add new ones
To choose not to pay attention to something such as an error made by a student. A teacher may do this if they want to help the student with fluency, not accuracy.
A feature which enables you to ignore other Habbos (their speech bubbles do not show)