简明英汉词典

aware
[E5wZE]
adj.
知道的, 明白的, 意识到的

美国传统词典[双解]

aware
a.ware
AHD:[…-war“]
D.J.[*6wW*r]
K.K.[*6wWr]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Having knowledge or cognizance:
意识到的或认识到的:
aware of their limitations.
认识到他们的局限性

(2)

Archaic Vigilant; watchful.
【古语】 警惕的;戒备的

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

variant of iwar
iwar的变体

(3)

from Old English gew?r * see wer- 3
源自 古英语 gew?r *参见 wer- 3

继承用法

awareness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

awarecognizantconscioussensibleawakealertwatchfulvigilant

(2)

These adjectives mean mindful or heedful of something.
这些形容词意为对某件事很留心或很注意。

(3)

Aware implies knowledge gained through one's own perceptions, as of the attitudes of others, or by means of information:
Aware 意指通过自己直觉,如根据别人的态度或者依靠某种信息方式而得到的认识:
Are you aware of your opponent's hostility?
你意识到了对手的敌意吗?
I am aware that Congress has passed the legislation.
我知道议会已经通过了立法。

(4)

Cognizant is a rather formal equivalent of aware:
Cognizant 是一个和aware相当的非常正式的词:
“Our research indicates that the nation's youth are cognizant of the law” (Jerry D. Jennings).
“我们的调查表明全国的青年已有了法律意识” (杰里·D·詹宁斯)。

(5)

Conscious emphasizes the recognition of something sensed or felt:
Conscious 强调某种感知到或感觉到的认识:
“an importance . . . of which even Americans are barely conscious” (William Stanley Jevons).
“一种甚至连美国人也几乎没有认识到的重要性” (威廉姆·斯坦利·杰文斯)。

(6)

Sensible implies knowledge gained through intellectual perception or through intuition:
Sensible 指通过感性知觉或通过直觉得到的认识:
“I am sensible that the mention of such a circumstance may appear trifling” (Henry Hallam). To be awake is to have full consciousness of something:
“我觉得对这种细节的谈论是无聊的” (亨利·哈勒姆)。而awake 是对某件事有充分的意识:
“as much awake to the novelty of attention in that quarter as Elizabeth herself” (Jane Austen).
“在那一季对引人注意的新奇事物的感知象伊丽莎白自己一样多” (简·奥斯汀)。

(7)

Alert stresses quickness to recognize and respond:
Alert 强调认识及反应的快捷性:
alert enough to spot the opportunity when it came.
当机会到来的时候充分认识到并攫住它。

(8)

Watchful and
Watchful

(9)

vigilant imply being on the lookout for what is dangerous or potentially so:
vigilant 指注意那些危险的或有潜在危险的事物:
a watchful parent with a toddler in tow;
一个注意照看蹒跚学步的小孩儿的家长;
keeping a vigilant eye on every building where a fire might start.
注意每一座可能发生火灾的大楼。

现代英汉词典

aware
[E5weE(r)]
adj.
知道的;明白的
I was not aware of the fire.
我没有意识到火。
We were quite aware (of) how you would respond to our terms.
我们十分清楚你们对我们提出的条件肯定会有什么反应。
He doesn't seem to be aware of the coldness of their attitude towards his appeal.
他好象没有意识到大家对他呼吁,态度冷淡。
The principal didn't seem to be aware that there should have been so much dispute about the decision.
校长好象没有意识到这个决定竟会有这么多分歧。

现代英汉综合大辞典

aware
[E5wZE]
adj.
[用作表语]知道的; 意识到的

习惯用语

be aware of
知道, 意识到

become aware of
发觉, 注意到

参考词汇
aware     conscious     sensible    
都含有“意识到的”意思。

(1)

aware 侧重“感官所意识到的外界事物”, 如:
Everybody is aware of the importance of the Four Modernizations.
每个人都意识到了四化的重要性。

(2)

conscious 侧重“心理感知”, 如:
He is conscious of a sense of quilt.
他感到内疚。

(3)

sensible 指“可用感官察觉到的(较复杂或抽象的事物的)”, 如:
I was sensible of her solemn grief.
我知道她很悲哀。
unaware     unconscious    

用法词典

aware
来自古英语 gew?r 小心的

英文相关词典

aware
cognizant    conscious    knowing    realizing    ignorant    unaware    

美国传统词典

aware
a.ware
AHD:[…-war“]
D.J.[*6wW*r]
K.K.[*6wWr]
adj.

(1)

Having knowledge or cognizance:
aware of their limitations.

(2)

Archaic Vigilant; watchful.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

variant of iwar

(3)

from Old English gew?r * see wer- 3

继承用法

awareness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

aware, cognizant, conscious, sensible, awake, alert, watchful, vigilant

(2)

These adjectives mean mindful or heedful of something.

(3)

Aware implies knowledge gained through one's own perceptions, as of the attitudes of others, or by means of information:
Are you aware of your opponent's hostility?
I am aware that Congress has passed the legislation.

(4)

Cognizant is a rather formal equivalent of aware:
“Our research indicates that the nation's youth are cognizant of the law” (Jerry D. Jennings).

(5)

Conscious emphasizes the recognition of something sensed or felt:
“an importance . . . of which even Americans are barely conscious” (William Stanley Jevons).

(6)

Sensible implies knowledge gained through intellectual perception or through intuition:
“I am sensible that the mention of such a circumstance may appear trifling” (Henry Hallam). To be awake is to have full consciousness of something:
“as much awake to the novelty of attention in that quarter as Elizabeth herself” (Jane Austen).

(7)

Alert stresses quickness to recognize and respond:
alert enough to spot the opportunity when it came.

(8)

Watchful and

(9)

vigilant imply being on the lookout for what is dangerous or potentially so:
a watchful parent with a toddler in tow;
keeping a vigilant eye on every building where a fire might start.

英汉化学大词典

aware
adj.知道的,察觉到的

英汉计算机大词典

aware
adj.知道的(察觉到的)

航空英语缩写词典

AWARE
Advanced Weather and Reporting Enhancement 先进的天气和报告改进

英汉心理学大词典

aware
意识到的

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