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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishregardlessre‧gard‧less /rɪˈɡɑːdləs $ -ɑːr-/ ●●○ adverb  1 NO MATTER WHAT/HOW MUCH ETCwithout being affected or influenced by somethingregardless of The law requires equal treatment for all, regardless of race, religion, or sex.2 NO MATTER WHAT/HOW MUCH ETCif you continue doing something regardless, you do it in spite of difficulties or other people telling you not tocarry on/go on regardless British English (=continue what you are doing) You get a lot of criticism, but you just have to carry on regardless.
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regardlessI love you, regardless.It may rain by the end of the day, but we plan to carry on regardless.Some actors want to play the role their way, regardless.The rate of contribution to the pension plan is the same for all employees, regardless of age.Nineteenth-century market records show a considerable colour range among all the cattle of Britain, regardless of breed.The monarch would nevertheless continue to be known as King, regardless of gender.Success is a boon to any organization, regardless of how it has been achieved.Older women experienced higher rates of complication at delivery overall, regardless of parity.Most surgical patients, regardless of the extent of their operation, are at risk of some degree of problem with breathing.The ability to maintain physical and mental powers has allowed some individuals to pursue their chosen careers regardless of their age.The mean labelling indices did not change significantly over time regardless of whether or not there were recurrences.Many people stick with their banks regardless of whether they offer the best deal.It would whirl on regardless to October the eleventh and beyond.regardless ofThe law requires equal treatment for all, regardless of race, religion, or sex.He does what he wants, regardless of what I say.
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