to ignore: ignorer, ne pas respecter, ne pas faire attention
Attention to ignore est plus fréquemment employé dans le sens de "ne pas respecter," et "ne pas faire attention" que dans le sens de "ignorer" :
Susie ignored me all day. Susie a fait comme si je n'existais pas toute la journée.
- "However I simply can't ignore the aberrations of her timetable."
- "I'm afraid they just don't understand how to cook, and all my complaints to Mr. Stevens, head of catering, have been ignored."
- "You ignore the ad, but as you're walking past, you get hit in the face by a big blast of TigerLily fragrance."
- "Susie : Anyway, ignoring the fact that you didn't think of this idea, it's still terrible."
- "You can ignore the sign that says "No Interns" on the door."
- "I put my job first, and ignored distractions like personal relationships, friends, lovers even pets and occasionally personal hygiene."
- "You can ignore the last section... that's for a personal project I'm working on!"
- "Ignore any last objections the subject might have and switch on power."
- "The key is filtering the most important ones and ignoring the ones that are less urgent."
- "You can go ahead and ignore that email."
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