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Emotional WeightPlay
Using 'disregard' can suggest someone is intentionally ignoring emotions or rights, often seen as insensitive. SlideHis disregard for the team's morale led to poor performance.
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Partial AttentionPlay
'Disregard' sometimes means not giving full attention, rather than completely ignoring something. SlideShe read the instructions with disregard and missed key points.
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Polite CautionPlay
When used politely, 'disregard' can mean to overlook an error or forgive a mistake. SlidePlease disregard my earlier email; it was sent by mistake.