ignore / ɪgˈnɔr, -ˈnoʊr /


ignore 的定义

v. 有主动词 verb

ig·nored, ig·nor·ing.

  1. to refrain from noticing or recognizing: to ignore insulting remarks.
  2. Law. to reject, as on the grounds of insufficient evidence.

ignore 近义词

v. 动词 verb

disregard on purpose


  1. In the coming years, though, that calculus might have to change, since the growing size of the country’s nonreligious population could make these voters more difficult for Democrats to ignore.
  2. Among the Bay Area businesses being supported with financing are ConsejoSano, a for-profit social enterprise that works to improve health outcomes for culturally diverse populations by embracing that diversity, not ignoring it.
  3. The irony for him is that as he tries to ignore these ongoing crises, he’s losing voters.
  4. He did so for at least six weeks before the rising caseload made the problem impossible to ignore.
  5. Both have ignored this race, viewing others as more winnable, with the New York-based Working Families Party providing the biggest out-of-state muscle for Scarane.
  6. When it comes to educating our children, Congress should heed that message, not ignore it.
  7. But the increasing number of fraudsters bringing back wares to stores to make an illicit killing has  become impossible to ignore.
  8. Watters and other critics also ignore the fact that the whole report is based on CIA documents.
  9. I am only able to ignore because I have had to have these conversations in person and that is the most traumatic experience.
  10. “It is forbidden in Islam to ignore the reality of contemporary times when deriving legal rulings,” they argued.
  11. In cases in which no attempt is made to ignore the accusation, the small wits are wont to be busy discovering exculpations.
  12. I believe we shall never get on with human affairs until we do ignore them.
  13. Never again would she ignore an urgent telegram, though she did not believe that this telegram had any real importance.
  14. This is one of the truths which sloth, rapacity and extravagance are slow to learn, yet which they cannot safely ignore.
  15. He could see the unconcealed delight, and the malice that had always been, but which before he had been able to ignore.