Hindi translation of 'conscious'
conscious /ˈkɒnʃəs ˈकॉन्शस्/
1. adjective after link verb
If you are conscious of something, you notice it or are aware of it.
He was conscious of the faint smell of aftershave.
Conscious is used in expressions such as 'politically conscious' to describe someone who believes that a particular aspect of life is important.
She was very health-conscious.
3. adjective before noun
A conscious decision or effort is one that you are aware of making.
We never made a conscious decision to have a big family.
सचेतन रूप से
Sophie was not consciously looking for a husband.
Someone who is conscious is awake rather than asleep or unconscious.
She was fully conscious.
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Example Sentences Including 'conscious'
The fact that my body could act independently of my conscious mind was the ultimate in loss of control.LOSING IT (2002)
Bridget, conscious that her desire for her guest to leave may have made itself felt, became unusually solicitous.INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)
He supposed some of them were too profoundly handicapped to have been conscious either of their surroundings or their imminent fates.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'conscious' in Other Languages
- Arabic: واع
- Brazilian Portuguese: consciente
- Chinese: 有意识的
- Croatian: svjestan svjesna, svjesno
- Czech: vědomý si
- Danish: bevidst
- Dutch: bewust
- European Spanish: consciente despierto
- Finnish: tajuissaan
- French: conscient
- German: bewusst
- Greek: συνειδητός συνειδητή
- Italian: consapevole
- Japanese: 意識がある
- Korean: 의식하고 있는
- Norwegian: bevisst
- Polish: świadomy świadomaprzytomny
- Portuguese: consciente
- Romanian: conștient conștient, conștientă, conștienți, conștiente
- Russian: ощущающий
- Spanish: consciente
- Swedish: medveten medvetet
- Thai: รู้สึกตัว
- Turkish: bilinçli
- Ukrainian: свідомий
- Vietnamese: tỉnh táo
Translation of conscious from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary