What is the opposite of disregard?

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Noun
Opposite of the action or state of paying no attention to something
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Opposite of open resistance to authority or opposition
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Opposite of the act of not paying the proper care or attention to something
“Close observation needs to be paid to the patient's heart rate to ensure that it is regularly beating.”
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Opposite of a failure to fulfil a moral or legal obligation
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Opposite of rude behavior
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Opposite of lack of satisfaction
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Opposite of lack of action where some is expected or appropriate
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Opposite of violation or misuse of what is regarded as sacred
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Opposite of the state of lacking consciousness, of being unconscious
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Opposite of the property of being languid
Verb
Opposite of to give little or no attention to
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Opposite of to let someone down by abandoning or neglecting them
“Chase your dreams! We will always be here to support you.”
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(acknowledge) Opposite of to dismiss as of little importance
“Eloise would finally acknowledge the gravity of her drug abuse after Barry followed through with his threat of leaving.”
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(punish) Opposite of to dismiss as of little importance
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(condemn) Opposite of to dismiss as of little importance
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Opposite of to neglect to do something inadvertently
“I would always remember to check the doors and windows before going to sleep.”
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Opposite of freeze out
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Opposite of to waive any negative feelings towards something that would typically cause angst
“I'm sorry, but I have to disallow this marriage as you hardly know the man.”
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Opposite of leave somebody to his/her own devices
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Opposite of to leave (someone or something) alone
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Opposite of pay no attention to
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Opposite of to drive or force out
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Opposite of give up; let go
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Opposite of to get out of a situation, usually underhandedly
“It is about time that the country's leaders accept responsibility for the nation's problems.”
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Opposite of to fail to attend
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(of time or an opportunity) Opposite of to fail to take advantage of
“Be sure to take this opportunity that only comes around once in a lifetime.”
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Opposite of to not be able to experience or take advantage of (an opportunity or chance)
“Josh decided that he wished to experience the life-changing experience of climbing up Mount Everest.”
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