awareness

noun
ADJECTIVE
full
greater, heightened, increased
dawning, growing, increasing

a growing awareness of healthy living

acute, deep, intense, keen, strong
conscious, direct
intuitive
sudden
general, public
brand, consumer

a marketing campaign to increase brand awareness

emotional, sensory, spatial
cultural, ecological, environmental, moral, political, racial, sexual, social, spiritual
VERB + AWARENESS
have

Politicians now have much greater awareness of these problems.

build, create, develop, encourage, enhance, foster, heighten, increase, promote, raise

The group is trying to raise public awareness about homelessness.

AWARENESS + VERB
increase, spread

Environmental awareness has increased over the years.

AWARENESS + NOUN
campaign, programme/program, training

All staff receive mental health awareness training.

PREPOSITION
awareness among

the emergence of a new social awareness among young people

awareness of

an increased awareness of the risks

PHRASES
a lack of awareness

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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