aware

adj.
1 conscious
VERBS
be, seem
become
make sb

We need to make people more aware of these problems.

remain, stay

Citizens need to remain aware of the danger.

ADVERB
acutely, intensely, keenly, very, very much, well

I am very much aware that not everyone agrees with me.

fully, perfectly

Mr Moore did not appear fully aware of the importance of this act.

consciously

Even before you are consciously aware of being afraid, your body may be reacting.

dimly, vaguely
suddenly

She was suddenly aware that she was being watched.

barely, hardly, not really

He was not really aware of what he was doing.

horribly, painfully, uncomfortably

Moran was painfully aware of Luke's absence.

PREPOSITION
of

The police are well aware of the dangers.

2 informed
VERBS
be
become
ADVERB
very
increasingly

Food manufacturers are dealing with increasingly aware consumers.

environmentally, politically, socially

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • aware — [ə wer′] adj. [ME < OE gewær < wær, cautious: see WARN] 1. Obs. on one s guard; vigilant 2. knowing or realizing; conscious; informed awareness n. SYN. AWARE implies having knowledge of something through alertness in observing or in… …   English World dictionary

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  • aware — (adj.) late O.E. gewær, from P.Gmc. *ga waraz (Cf. O.S. giwar, M.Du. gheware, O.H.G. giwar, Ger. gewahr), from *ga intensive prefix + wær wary, cautious (see WARY (Cf. wary)) …   Etymology dictionary

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