Significado de “awake” - en el Diccionario Inglés

awake en inglés británico

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awakeadjective [ after verb ]

uk /əˈweɪk/ us /əˈweɪk/

B1 not sleeping:

"Is Oliver awake yet?" "Yes, he's wide (= completely) awake and running around his bedroom."
I find it so difficult to stay awake during history lessons.
I drink a lot of coffee to keep me awake.
She used to lie awake at night worrying about how to pay the bills.
be awake to sth mainly UK

If you are awake to something, you know about it:

Businesses need to be awake to the advantages of European integration.

Más ejemplos

  • The noise from their party kept me awake half the night.
  • It was 3 a.m. and we were still wide awake.
  • I'm surprised to see you awake - ten minutes ago you were sound asleep.
  • She lay awake listening to her sister's steady breathing.
  • Go and see if Tim's awake - it's time he was getting ready for school.

awakeverb [ I or T ]

uk /əˈweɪk/ us /əˈweɪk/ awoke or US also awaked, awoken

(Definición de awake del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

awake en inglés americano

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awakeadjective

us /əˈweɪk/

not sleeping:

If I drink coffee late in the day, I can’t sleep and stay awake all night.

awakeverb [ I/T ]

us /əˈweɪk/ past tense awoke /əˈwoʊk/ awaked, past participle awoken /əˈwoʊ·kən/

to stop sleeping, or to cause someone to stop sleeping:

[ I ] I awoke at 7, as usual.

(Definición de awake del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)