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Translation of "conscious" - English-Spanish dictionary

conscious

adjective   /ˈkɒn·ʃəs/
awake and able to think and notice things consciente He’s still conscious, but he’s very badly injured.
done intentionally consciente I made a conscious decision to eat more healthily.
→  Opposite unconscious
(Definition of conscious from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

conscious

adjective /ˈkonʃəs/
aware of oneself and one’s surroundings; not asleep or in a coma or anaesthetized etc consciente The patient was conscious.
(sometimes with of) aware or having knowledge (of) consciente They were conscious of his disapproval.
consciously adverb
conscientemente I consciously tried to avoid saying anything that might upset her.
consciousness noun
conciencia The patient soon regained consciousness.
(Definition of conscious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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