aware 高中必修500 全国卷频次:6 教材出处:译林版必修B3U3
An animal that is aware of itself has a high level of intelligence.
New students are now aware that they are likely to leave university up to ￡15,000 in debt.
Sometimes we’re not aware how cheaply we can make this food ourselves.
aware of 意识到，知道
become aware of 知道；发觉
acutely aware 清醒地看到
知道的,意識到的;I’m rarely aware that the square area is bare.我很少覺察到那個正方形區域是光禿禿的.
1. [not before noun] ~ (of sth) | ~ (that…) knowing or realizing sth
I don’t think people are really aware of just how much it costs.
He was well aware of the problem.
Were you aware that something was wrong?
Everybody should be made aware of the risks involved.
As you’re aware, this is not a new problem.
As far as I’m aware, nobody has done anything about it.
acutely / painfully (= very) aware
2. [not before noun] ~ (of sb / sth) | ~ (that…) noticing that sth is present, or that sth is happening
She slipped away without him being aware of it.
They suddenly became aware of people looking at them.
I was aware that she was trembling.
3. (used with an adverb 与副词连用) interested in and knowing about sth, and thinking it is important
Young people are very environmentally aware.
The children are aware of the danger of taking drugs.
Mr Braley has been made aware of the need for absolute secrecy.
Were you aware that Joe had this problem with his knee?
They were well aware that the company was losing money.
As you are aware, a fee will be charged annually.
2 if you are aware of something, you notice it, especially because you can see, hear, feel, or smell it 注意到的，察觉到的
She was aware of a tall dark figure watching her.
He was aware of the wind in his face.
Bill became aware that he was still holding his glass.
3 understanding a lot about what is happening around you and paying attention to it, especially because you realize possible dangers and problems 有…意识的
politically/socially/environmentally etc aware
the socially aware novels of Dickens
We should promote environmentally aware and responsible science.
4 so/as far as I am aware spoken used when you are saying something that you think is true, although you might be wrong because you do not know all the facts 就我所知
As far as I am aware, they are a happily married couple.
Origin aware Old English gewær, from wær; → WARY
1.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词知道的；明白的 If you are aware of something, you know about it.
Smokers are well aware of the dangers to their own health…
He should have been aware of what his junior officers were doing…
He must have been aware that my parents’ marriage was breaking up.
The 1980s brought an awareness of green issues…
There has been an increasing awareness that many people are affected by crime.
2.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词注意到的；察觉到的；意识到的 If you are aware of something, you realize that it is present or is happening because you hear it, see it, smell it, or feel it.
She was acutely aware of the noise of the city…
Jane was suddenly aware that she was digging her nails into her thigh.
3.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词警觉的；警惕的 Someone who is aware notices what is happening around them or happening in the place where they live.
They are politically very aware.
He introduced radio to the school to increase the children’s awareness.
[more aware; most aware] 1
a not used before a noun : knowing that something (such as a situation, condition, or problem) exists意识到；注意到；知道
Are you aware how important you are to me?
— often + of
She is acutely/keenly aware of the problem.
I was not fully aware of the danger.
He was made aware of the situation.
— often + that
He’s not even aware that you are upset.
You should be aware that the possibility/problem exists.
b : feeling, experiencing, or noticing something (such as a sound, sensation, or emotion)感到；体验到；发觉— often + of
Are you aware of any pain? [=have you noticed or felt any pain?] 你感觉到疼吗？
I became aware of a loud knocking sound.
— often + that
I was aware that he was following me. [=I had noticed that he was following me] 我发觉他一直在跟着我。
: knowing and understanding a lot about what is happening in the world or around you有渊博知识的；有…意识的
She is one of the most aware people I know.
Students today are very aware about the environment. = Students today are very environmentally aware.
Politically aware people [=people who know a lot about politics] will not be fooled by the government’s latest pronouncements.
— awareness noun
[singular] a heightened awareness about the problem
They had an acute awareness of what was going on.
[noncount] I admired her level of political awareness.
He is trying to raise public awareness.