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Translation of "awake" - English-Spanish dictionary

awake

adjective   /əˈweɪk/
B1 not sleeping despierto I was awake half the night.
verb   /əˈweɪk/ ( past tense awoke, past participle awoken) formal
to wake up, or make someone wake up despertar(se)
(Definition of awake from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

awake

verb /əˈweik/ ( past tense awoke /əˈwouk/, past participle awoken)
(formal) to wake from sleep despertar(se) He was awoken by a noise He awoke suddenly.
awaken verb
to awake despertar I was awakened by the sound of the birds singing.
to start (a feeling of interest, guilt etc) despertar His interest was awakened by the lecture.
awakening /əˈweikəniŋ/ noun
an occasion when you begin to realize something Despertar If they had expected an easy game, they were in for a rude awakening a religious awakening.
(Definition of awake from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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