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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
aware /ə'weə/
  • tính từ
    • biết, nhận thấy, nhận thức thấy
      • to be aware of danger; to be aware that there is danger: biết là có sự nguy hiểm, nhận thấy sự nguy hiểm
Concise Dictionary
ə'weə
adj.
+(sometimes followed by `of') having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception
+bearing in mind; attentive to
+aware or knowing

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 informed, apprised, knowledgeable, knowing, posted, in the know, enlightened, au fait, au courant, cognizant, Slang hip, hep, wise:
She is well aware of the consequences.
2 sensitive, sensible, conscious:
I became aware that someone was watching us.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 [not before noun] ~ (of sth)
~ (that ...) knowing or realizing sth: I don't think people are really aware of just how much it costs. + He was well aware of the problem. + Were you aware that something was wrong? + Everybody should be made aware of the risks involved. + As you're aware, this is not a new problem. + As far as I'm aware, nobody has done anything about it. + acutely / painfully (= very) aware
2 [not before noun] ~ (of sb/sth)
~ (that ...) noticing that sth is present, or that sth is happening: She slipped away without him being aware of it. + They suddenly became aware of people looking at them. + I was aware that she was trembling.
3 (used with an adverb) interested in and knowing about sth, and thinking it is important: Young people are more environmentally aware than their parents.
Antonym: UNAWARE
Collocation Dictionary
adj

1 conscious

VERBS

be, seem | become | make sb
We need to make people more aware of these problems.

ADV.

acutely, keenly, very, well | fully, perfectly
Mr Bush did not appear fully aware of the importance of this act.
| dimly, vaguely | hardly, not really
He was not really aware of what he was doing.
| horribly, painfully
Moran was painfully aware of Luke's absence.

PREP.

of
The police are well aware of the dangers.

2 informed

VERBS

be | become

ADV.

very | environmentally, politically, socially


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