Awake Meaning

Mcafee free trial 90 days. Awake has two meanings. As an adjective it describes a person or animal's state. It may only be used as a predicate adjective, in the predicate of a clause, not as an attributive adjective before a noun. Ok John is awake and at work. ∗ Awake John is at work. As a verb it is intransitive—it takes no object—and means “to become awake (adj)”.It is an irregular verb, with the past.

awakea‧wake1 /əˈweɪk/S2 adjective [not before noun]
  1. Meaning and definitions of awake, translation in Sinhala language for awake with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of awake in Sinhala and in English language. Tags for the entry 'awake' What awake means in Sinhala, awake meaning in Sinhala, awake definition, examples and pronunciation of awake in Sinhala language.
  2. Await definition: 1. To wait for or be waiting for something: 2. To wait for or be waiting for something: 3.
  3. While all these words mean 'having knowledge of something,' awake implies that one has become alive to something and is on the alert. A country always awake to the threat of invasion How do alive and sensible relate to one another, in the sense of awake? Alive adds to sensible the implication of acute sensitivity to something.
1SLEEPnot sleepingI hope he’s awake now.She was still only half awake when I brought her a cup of coffee.How do you stay awake during boring lectures?Emma lay awake half the night, worrying.The noise brought him wide awake (=completely awake).To keep themselves awake (=stop themselves from going to sleep) they sat on the floor and told each other stories.2be awake to something

Awake Meaning Urdu

Awake

Awake Meaning

COLLOCATIONSverbsstay/keep/remain awakeI was tired and it was hard to stay awake.lie awakeKate lay awake thinking about what had happened.keep somebody awakeThe noise of the airplanes kept me awake.shake somebody awakeBen shook me awake and told me the news.adverbsbe wide/fully awake (=completely awake)I'm never wide awake until I've had a cup of coffee.be half awake (=not fully awake)Most of the people on the train were only half awake.be hardly/barely awakeGeorge, barely awake, came stumbling down the stairs.