pay little attention to

See: minimize
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Most psycho-analysts pay little attention to the analysis of desire, being interested in discovering by observation what it is that people desire, rather than in discovering what actually constitutes desire.
The majority (52%) of respondents admit they "switch off" and pay little attention to road signs and landmarks once a sat nav is leading the way.
But many students think that private universities aim only at profit and pay little attention to academic standards.
Most voters pay little attention to the state auditor.
We primarily read his poetry in survey classes, and pay little attention to his essays that explain it.
Current policies pay little attention to substantial and growing inequalities among older people.
It seems that a number of people are given houses by various housing associations only to pay little attention to their front and back gardens with no warnings ever issued by their landlords.
He says that there are several proper offers but leaders pay little attention to them.
Shearers are paid per sheep (not per hour) and often pay little attention to animal welfare.
But performers pay little attention to the dangers involved, such as obscured dangers in the water and not landing in the right position.
Harvard University has released a study that concludes that 60 percent of American teenagers pay little attention to daily news, Reuters reports.