Main page content
When the noun regard is used to mean “concern,” “consideration” or “esteem,” it is often followed by the preposition for.
- She lived for the moment, without regard for the consequences of her actions.
- Marla has a great deal of regard for Tony’s opinions.
Copyright notice for Writing Tips Plus
© Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by the Minister of Public Services and Procurement
A tool created and made available online by the Translation Bureau, Public Services and Procurement Canada