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aware

adjective
 
 
/əˈweər/
be aware of/that B2 to know about something: Are you aware of the risks involved? She was well aware that he was married. →  Opposite unaware Knowledge and awarenessKnowing and learning
interested in and knowing a lot about a particular subject: politically/socially aware Knowing and learningAware
Translations of “aware”
in Arabic مُدْرِك, مُلِم بِالشِّيء…
in Korean 알고 있는…
in Malaysian sedar…
in French conscient (de)…
in Turkish farkında, haberdar…
in Italian consapevole, conscio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 意識到的, 明白的, 知道的…
in Russian осведомленный…
in Polish świadomy…
in Vietnamese nhận thức…
in Spanish informado, consciente…
in Portuguese consciente…
in Thai ตระหนักรู้…
in German (sich) bewußt…
in Catalan conscient…
in Japanese 知っている, 気づいて…
in Indonesian menyadari…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意识到的, 明白的, 知道的…
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