- adj 1 knowing what is going on around one because one is able to use bodily senses and mental powers; awake 感觉到的; 意识到的; 清醒的: He was in a coma for days, but now he's (fully) conscious again. 他昏迷了几天, 但现在又（完全）清醒了. * She spoke to us in her conscious moments. 她神志清醒时跟我们说过话. 2 ~ of sththat one is being watched 察觉有人在监视自己 * Are you conscious (of) how people will regard such behaviour? 你知道人们对这种行为是怎样看待的吗? 3 (of actions, feelings, etc) realized by oneself; intentional （指行为、 感情等）自觉的; 蓄意的: One's conscious motives are often different from one's subconscious ones. 一个人有明显动机的举动跟下意识的举动往往截然不同. * I had to make a conscious effort not to be rude to him. 我得刻意约束自己不要对他粗鲁. 4 being particularly aware of and interested in the thing mentioned 对所提到的事物具有深刻认识和浓厚兴趣的: trying to make the workers more politically conscious 努力提高工人的政治觉悟 * Teenagers are very `fashion-conscious. 青少年很讲究时髦.
- I didn't realize the intensity of people's feelings on this issue.
- I don't think you realize the gravity of the situation.
- He didn't appreciate the comedy of the situation.
- The state or condition of being conscious.
- The reader who do not detect the seriousness under the lightness often misread him.
- Suspension of consciousness in order to express subconscious ideas and feelings.
- In psychoanalysis, the division of the psyche that is conscious, most immediately controls thought and behavior, and is most in touch with external reality.
- Behavior that develops either consciously or unconsciously to offset a real or imagined deficiency, as in personality or physical ability.
- At first we didn't realized the severity of her wounds.
- I wasn't aware of that.
- He doesn't seem to understand the gravity of the situation.
- He hasn't realized his full potential yet.
- A stimulus, either consciously or unconsciously perceived, that elicits or signals a type of behavior.
- Balzac consciously set himself the task of writing "the natural history" of this society.
- But I don't believe that in these changing and revolutionary times, this A