Definition of unaware adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

  

unaware

 adjective
adjective
NAmE//ˌʌnəˈwɛr//
 
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not knowing or realizing that something is happening or that something exists unaware of something He was completely unaware of the whole affair. unaware that… She was unaware that I could see her. opposite aware AWL Collocationsawareaware adjectiveconscious; informedacutely, keenly fully, perfectly consciouslyBy the late nineteenth century, physicists were keenly aware that light, like sound, propagates in waves.becomeMembers become aware of their group identity only by achieving a shared understanding with other group members.make somebodyIn conclusion, this policy makes students aware of a growing controversy in the scientific community.aware adjectiveincreasinglyWe are now increasingly aware of the impact of lifestyle on health status.environmentally, politically, sociallyRecent scholarship has demonstrated that Wheatley was a socially aware poet, writing for an audience she knew and understood.unware adjectivecompletely, totally apparently, evidently, seeminglyApparently unaware of Newcomb's work, Benford ended up proposing the same logarithm law.awareness nounenhance, heighten, increase, raise promote, fosterThe program fosters international awareness among students.
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