English - Vietnamese Dictionary
oblivious /ə'bliviəs/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- (+ of) quên, lâng quên, không nhớ tới, không chú ý đến
- oblivious of the past: quên quá khứ
+(followed by `to' or `of') lacking conscious awareness of
+failing to keep in mind
Advanced English Dictionary
unaware, unconscious, unmindful, disregardful, insensible, insensitive, distant, unconcerned, detached, removed, unfeeling, abstracted, absent-minded, forgetful, Lethean:
Many are completely oblivious to the plight of the starving millions in Africa.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
[not usually before noun] ~ (of / to sth) not aware of sth: He drove off, oblivious of the damage he had caused. + The couple seemed oblivious to what was going on around them. + You eventually become oblivious to the noise.
appear, be, seem
Chiko appeared oblivious to the uproar.
| become | remain | make sb
His own arrogance made him oblivious to the criticisms of others.
completely, quite, totally | almost | apparently, seemingly | clearly
oblivious of the stares of the whole town
She seemed almost oblivious to the crowds of reporters.
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