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brand-aware

adjective uk   /ˌbrænd.əˈweə/ /-ˈweɚ/ us  
knowing the names of companies and the products they sell: Children are becoming more and more brand-aware because of advertising.
brand awareness
noun [U] uk   us  
Translations of “brand-aware”
in Chinese (Traditional) 對不同公司的名稱及其產品瞭若指掌的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 对不同公司的名称及其产品了如指掌的…
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