disregards, 3rd person singular present; disregarding, present participle; disregarded, past tense; disregarded, past participle;
Pay no attention to; ignore
the body of evidence is too substantial to disregard
The action or state of disregarding or ignoring something
blatant disregard for the law
lack of attention and due care
ignore: refuse to acknowledge; "She cut him dead at the meeting"
dismiss: bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
neglect: give little or no attention to; "Disregard the errors"
(disregarded) not noticed inadvertently; "her aching muscles forgotten she danced all night"; "he was scolded for his forgotten chores"
(disregarding) regardless: in spite of everything; without regard to drawbacks; "he carried on regardless of the difficulties"
The act or state of deliberately not paying attention or caring about; To ignore
(disregarded) ignored; neglected
Under California law, if a family is currently receiving cash assistance from a CalWORKs program, the first $50.00 of current child support collected each month is sent to the custodial party as a disregard payment. This $50. ...
means an error has been made in the transmission that is in progress and you are to completely ignore this transmission.
an amount and/or percentage of gross, total income that’s not counted against a program’s eligibility income level; some programs have separate disregards for earned and unearned or general income.
(noun): the act of ignoring something or treating something as unimportant ▪ They treated the rules with total disregard.