How do I say ignore in Spanish

How do I say ignore in Spanish?

I agree in part with both of the people before me, although Jim Gordon is partially right, you can also say ignorar, as in “"no me ignores, respóndeme”.
or “"ignóralo, anda borracho”… so the use of ignorar is also OK

“ignorar” When an English word comes from Latin, as ignore does, chances are good that it will be very similar in Spanish.
You have to allow for spelling (phonetic in Spanish) and inflection, but they’re pretty close.
Update: I think this may be another Spain vs.
Latin America question.
My friends in Madrid assure me that Ignorar is used as an exact translation of ignore.
There are other differences, too.
El ordenador vs.
la computadora comes to mind, also conducir vs.
manejar.

Updated: 26.06.2019 — 5:31 pm

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