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wake up to sth

phrasal verb with wake /weɪk/ verb [I or T] (woke or waked, woken, waked or US ALSO woke) ( also wake up) US ALSO
to start to understand that a situation or problem exists 開始意識到(問題) Governments are finally waking up to the fact that the environment should be cleaned up. 各國政府終於開始意識到應該整治環境這個事實。 Understanding and comprehending
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