He neglects that poor dog - he never takes him for walks or gives him any attention.
Art would pick up the duty that it used to have and that we've neglected because of certain mis-founded ideas.
Feed plants and they grow, neglect them and they suffer. 2. He'd given too much to his career, worked long hours, neglected her
Today's land problems are the product of years of neglect by successive governments.
He was a pitiable spectacle of neglect and wretchedness as he sat there on an upturned pail, eating his bread and cheese with fingers that, like his clothing, were grimed with paint and dirt.
If I had neglected studying at school, I could have failed to get a job.
I neglected to tell my family the truth so I want to prepare a delicious dinner.
Our daughter recently showed surprise that, throughout her childhood, she was always picked up from school on time and never felt neglected.
Often neglected and perceived as 'a waste of time', it actually does save time as a "good developer = less messy developer = less time wasted fixing bugs"
The owners had neglected the garden, which was now overgrown with weeds.
Don't neglect to lock the door when you leave. Don't neglect locking the door when you leave.
He neglected his look after the divorce. (Po rozwodzie zaniedbał swój wygląd.)
Social services were called anonymously because the children were being neglected
Perpetual devotion to what a man calls his business, is only to be sustained by perpetual neglect of many other things.
English word "negligência"(neglect) occurs in sets:Português >> English