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Definition of regardless of preposition from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

regardless of

 preposition
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paying no attention to something or someone; treating something or someone as not being important The club welcomes all new members regardless of age. He went ahead and did it, regardless of the consequences. The amount will be paid to everyone regardless of whether they have children or not.
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