conscious of


1. aware or concerned about something






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be conscious of time/of a fact/of security

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Conscious is an adjective meaning to be aware and to be responsive to surroundings and stimulus. To be conscious of something means to have knowledge about something or to be concerned with a particular issue. If you are conscious it means you do you something deliberately and intentionally.

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  1. I was conscious of the time as I had an appointment to get to, so I only stayed for a quick cup of tea when I called in to see Gary.
  2. Jane never went out without a hat because she was conscious of her hair loss being visible to others.

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  1. In the job interview, I was very conscious of the fact that I needed to make a good impression so I ended up trying a little too hard to impress. I hope that doesn't cost me. 

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  1. In the retail industry, large companies are becoming increasingly conscious of the need to have an online presence to go along with their traditional high street stores.
  2. The company had in the past been victims of corporate espionage so they are now highly conscious of security. That means that computer passwords are changed regularly and only those with official clearance can enter their offices.

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