Ignore Definition

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1. 'Are we allowed to speak yet?' said Ron grumpily. Hermione ignored him. 1
2. 'If someone is thinking of providing a secured loan to another company, they can't ignore this development, ' said Mark Brodsky, head of Aurelius Capital, which focuses on distressed investments. 1
3. "Climate impact assessments of suborbital and orbital rockets must consider black carbon emissions, or else they ignore the most significant part of the total climate impact from rockets," Ross said. 1
4. "Companies can't ignore security requirements, even in tough economic times," says Stephen Pickett, CIO at Penske Corp. and past president of the Society for Information Management. 1
5. "For centuries, really, the kitchen had been ignored by design professionals, not least because it tended to be lower-class women or servants who occupied the kitchen space," she says. 1
6. A company's board of supervisors has substantial rights, and you can never ignore its importance. 1
7. A crucial aspect of a child's interests is thus ignored. 1
8. A developer could go ahead without applying for planning permission, or could even ignore a refusal of permission. 1
9. A final problem with Professor Krugman's assessment of our current situation is that he has ignored an important recent change in Federal Reserve policy. 1
10. A firm believer in mysticism and fate, he felt he had ignored the course his intuition was guiding him to follow. 1
11. A generation which ignores history has no past — and no future. Robert A. Heinlein  1
12. A gutsy and popular player, Howe ignored medical warnings despite previous heart tremors. 1
13. A hard core of drivers ignore the law. 1
14. A judge in Seoul issued the arrest warrants after union leaders ignored three court orders this week to appear for questioning. 1
15. A look of surprise and irritation passed between them, and then they pointedly ignored each other. 1
16. A loquacious middle manager ignored such warning signals after spending 15 minutes telling a West Coast recruiter about several extraneous issues, including her husband's problems with his boss. 1
17. A man is like a cat; chase him and he will run - Sit still and ignore him and he'll come purring at your feet. Helen Rowland  1
18. A nonverbal political communication might have enormous impact or might be completely ignored. 1
19. A secretary, security guard, or maintenance man should not be ignored. 1
20. A ten - thousand - year fit of bad temper, the island ignores with impunity. 1
21. A ten - thousand - year fit of bad temper,(This website/impunity.html) the island ignores with impunity. 1
22. A three-dollar conversion would have corrected the design defect, but the corporation chose to ignore the problem. 1
23. Absorbed in his vision , Toffler ignores his wilting salad. 1
24. According to the authors opinion, the reactionary character of monopolistic consciousness shouldn tbe ignored. 1
25. According to their ability they will be able to pick and choose which clues they will utilize and which they will ignore. 1
26. Accordingly, they can be ignored by monetary authorities seeking to control the overall price level. 1
27. Accountants measure the accounting profit as the firm's total revenue minus only the firm's explicit costs. In other words, they ignore the implicit costs. 1
28. ADC vesicant is a very good product being made of chlorine. Even though the economic benefit of it is evidence, but the environmental influence can't be ignored. 1
29. Ads are designed to have an effect while being laughed at, belittled, and all but ignored. 1
30. After 75 days of being brutalized and sexually assaulted by other inmates and ignored by the prison guards, Rodney hanged himself. 1
 

Ignore

[iɡˈnôr]

VERB

ignores (third person present) · ignored (past tense) · ignored (past participle) · ignoring (present participle)

  - refuse to take notice of or acknowledge; disregard intentionally.

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