ignorar


ignorar
v.
1 not to know, to be ignorant of.
Ella ignora el hecho de que Mary llegó She is ignorant of the fact that...
2 to ignore (no tener en cuenta).
Ella ignoró sus advertencias She ignored his warnings.
Ella ignoró sus deseos She ignored=disrespected his wishes.
Ella ignoró a Ricardo She ignored Richard.
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ignorar
verbo transitivo
1 (desconocer) not to know, not be aware of, be unaware of
ignoraba que fueran vecinos I didn't know they were neighbours
se ignora el paradero del delincuente the criminal's whereabouts are unknown
2 (no hacer caso) to ignore
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verb
1) to ignore
2) be unaware of
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VT
1) (=desconocer) to not know, be ignorant of

ignoramos su paradero — we don't know his whereabouts

lo ignoro por completo — I've absolutely no idea

no ignoro que ... — I am fully aware that ..., I am not unaware that ...

2) (=no tener en cuenta) to ignore
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verbo transitivo
a) (desconocer)

lo ignoro — I've no idea

ignoran las causas del accidente — they have no idea what caused the accident

ignora los peligros que le acechan — he's unaware of the dangers which await him

b) (no hacer caso de) to ignore
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= be ignorant of, be ignorant of, ignore, overlook, turn + a blind eye to, leave + aside, outdistance, close + the door on, block off, brush past, pretend + not to have heard, pretend + not to have seen, turn + a deaf ear to, give + Nombre + the cold shoulder, turn + a cold shoulder to, cold-shoulder, diss.
Nota: Derivado del verbo disrespect.
Ex. Clearly, the originators of the major schemes cannot be criticised for be ignorant of these principles.
Ex. Clearly, the originators of the major schemes cannot be criticised for be ignorant of these principles.
Ex. Thus we can easily start to compile a list of prepositions, conjunctions and articles, for example, an, a, the, and, for, this, these, which can be ignored in indexing.
Ex. This can only achieved by examining the literature of the subject area thoroughly for any isolates that might possibly have been overlooked.
Ex. Teachers and librarians cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the literature a child is brought up with at home, no matter how anemic and worthless it may seem to be.
Ex. Leaving aside the heretical thought that perhaps 'all things to all men' is exactly what the public library should be, this alone is not enough.
Ex. The public library cannot outdistance the intellectual climate in which it finds itself.
Ex. Librarians cannot afford to close the door on current issues.
Ex. A globalizing world so devoted to 'diversity,' as the present one is, can ill afford to block off one particular communication channel in favor of any other.
Ex. Physical harassment may occur as bottom pinching, breast grabbing, 'accidental' brushing past or invasion of a woman's space.
Ex. The women will either look uncomfortable and make a hasty exit or will stand there with blank looks on their faces pretending not to have heard.
Ex. She deliberately refused to rise to her feet when he entered a room as was customary, often pretending not to have seen him.
Ex. This is not simply another story of the powerful and comfortable turning a deaf ear to the cries of the sick and poor.
Ex. Sorry Castlegr, I thought that by giving you the cold shoulder you might get the hint and realise the bond has gone.
Ex. With its usual rhetoric, Iran has turned a cold shoulder to the latest sanctions.
Ex. He cold-shouldered his teammates, who cold-shouldered him back.
Ex. And she has the gall to diss a Nobel Prize winner who isn't even in the academic world.
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verbo transitivo
a) (desconocer)

lo ignoro — I've no idea

ignoran las causas del accidente — they have no idea what caused the accident

ignora los peligros que le acechan — he's unaware of the dangers which await him

b) (no hacer caso de) to ignore
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= be ignorant of, be ignorant of, ignore, overlook, turn + a blind eye to, leave + aside, outdistance, close + the door on, block off, brush past, pretend + not to have heard, pretend + not to have seen, turn + a deaf ear to, give + Nombre + the cold shoulder, turn + a cold shoulder to, cold-shoulder, diss.
Nota: Derivado del verbo disrespect.

Ex: Clearly, the originators of the major schemes cannot be criticised for be ignorant of these principles.

Ex: Clearly, the originators of the major schemes cannot be criticised for be ignorant of these principles.
Ex: Thus we can easily start to compile a list of prepositions, conjunctions and articles, for example, an, a, the, and, for, this, these, which can be ignored in indexing.
Ex: This can only achieved by examining the literature of the subject area thoroughly for any isolates that might possibly have been overlooked.
Ex: Teachers and librarians cannot afford to turn a blind eye to the literature a child is brought up with at home, no matter how anemic and worthless it may seem to be.
Ex: Leaving aside the heretical thought that perhaps 'all things to all men' is exactly what the public library should be, this alone is not enough.
Ex: The public library cannot outdistance the intellectual climate in which it finds itself.
Ex: Librarians cannot afford to close the door on current issues.
Ex: A globalizing world so devoted to 'diversity,' as the present one is, can ill afford to block off one particular communication channel in favor of any other.
Ex: Physical harassment may occur as bottom pinching, breast grabbing, 'accidental' brushing past or invasion of a woman's space.
Ex: The women will either look uncomfortable and make a hasty exit or will stand there with blank looks on their faces pretending not to have heard.
Ex: She deliberately refused to rise to her feet when he entered a room as was customary, often pretending not to have seen him.
Ex: This is not simply another story of the powerful and comfortable turning a deaf ear to the cries of the sick and poor.
Ex: Sorry Castlegr, I thought that by giving you the cold shoulder you might get the hint and realise the bond has gone.
Ex: With its usual rhetoric, Iran has turned a cold shoulder to the latest sanctions.
Ex: He cold-shouldered his teammates, who cold-shouldered him back.
Ex: And she has the gall to diss a Nobel Prize winner who isn't even in the academic world.

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ignorar [A1 ]
vt
1
(desconocer): lo ignoro por completo I've absolutely no idea
ignoran las causas del accidente they do not know what caused the accident
ignoran lo grave que puede ser el asunto they are unaware of o they don't know how serious things could be
2 (no hacer caso de) to ignore
ignoró totalmente mi presencia he completely ignored my presence
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ignorar (conjugate ignorar) verbo transitivo
a) (desconocer):

lo ignoro I've no idea;

ignoran las causas del accidente they do not know what caused the accident;
ignora los peligros que le acechan he's unaware of the dangers which await him
b) (no hacer caso de) to ignore

ignorar verbo transitivo
1 (desconocer algo) not to know
2 (no dar importancia a algo/alguien) to ignore: ignoró mis consejos, she ignored my advice
nos estuvo ignorando toda la tarde, he didn't pay us the slightest bit of attention all afternoon
'ignorar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
anular
English:
brush off
- cold
- ignorant
- ignore
- unaware
- disregard
- snub
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ignorar vt
1. [desconocer] not to know;
ignoro su dirección I don't know her address;
ignoro por qué lo hizo I don't know why he did it;
lo ignoro por completo I have absolutely no idea;
se ignoran las causas del accidente the cause of the accident is unknown;
no ignoro que es una empresa arriesgada I'm not unaware of the fact that it's a risky venture
2. [hacer caso omiso de] to ignore;
lleva tiempo ignorándome she's been ignoring me for some time
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ignorar
v/t not know, not be aware of;
ignoro cómo sucedió I don’t know how it happened
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ignorar vt
1) : to ignore
2) desconocer: to be unaware of
lo ignoramos por absoluto: we have no idea
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ignorar vb
1. (desconocer) not to know
ignoraba cómo resolver el problema she didn't know how to solve the problem
2. (no hacer caso) to ignore
me ignoró durante todo el día he ignored me all day

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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