Regards meaning in English | Easy explanation | Indian dictionary

Regards meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of the word ‘Regards’ is explained in easy English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.

Regards’ pronunciation= ri-ga-dz

Regards meaning in English

Regards’ is the plural form of ‘Regard’.

1. The word ‘Regards’ is used to express the feeling of respect or affection towards someone. For example:

▪ My best regards to you and your family.

▪ Convey my best regards to Mr. John.

▪ Mr. David sends his regards to me.

2. Regards’ is a polite expression of desire for someone’s welfare. For example:

▪ Give my kind regards to both of them.

▪ Please give my warmest regards to Mr. David and his wife.

3. Regards’ means ‘in relation to something. This is a formal way to say about. For example:

▪ This mail is in regards to your inquiry.

▪ As regards the above-mentioned subject.

▪ As regards this matter.

▪ In regards to your inquiry.

▪ This memo is in regards to your misbehavior with the senior.

4. Regards’ is used to end the written communication (email, letter, etc.). For example:

  1. With regards,
  2. Best regards,
  3. All my regards.

This is a formal way to end a written communication.

Note: Using regards in a written communication closing suggests that you have respect for the recipient.

Regards- English meaning
compliments
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Regards-Example

The word ‘Regards’ acts as a ‘Noun’.

The plural noun of the word ‘Regard’ is ‘Regards’.

Sentences that can be formed using the word ‘Regards’ are as follows.

Examples:

▪ Warm regards, hope you are fine there.

▪ Best regards to your family.

▪ Kind regards and stay healthy.

▪ My wife regards my love.

▪ Your regards are accepted happily.

▪ Give my regards to your family.

▪ Give my regards to your parents.

▪ Convey my regards to her.

▪ Convey my best regards to your parents.

▪ My regards to the mother and father.

▪ Convey my regards to them.

▪ Convey my regards to all family members.

▪ As regards the greater part or number.

▪ As regards general criminology.

▪ As regards poetic technique.

▪ My best regards to Mr. John.

▪ My grandmother sends her regards.

▪ My regards to your family.

▪ Warmest regards to you and your family.

▪ Warm regards to you all.

▪ Thank you as always best regards from now on.

▪ Warm regards to you.

▪ Best regards to you.

▪ Regards to a friend of mine.

▪ With kindest regards.

▪ Thanks and best regards.

▪ Give my regards to aunty.

▪ Convey my regards to all.

▪ Convey my regards to him.

Regards-Synonyms

Synonyms of the word ‘Regards’ are as follows.

good wishes
greetings
respects
deference
reverence
respectability
commendations
salutations
compliments
devoirs
remembrances
attention
heed
consideration

Regards-Antonyms

Antonyms of the word ‘Regards’ are as follows.

disregards
neglects
disrespect
dishonor
indifference
ignores
inattention
disinterest
unconcern
disgrace

 

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