Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Conscious"

The meaning of "Conscious" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does conscious mean?
A: "to be awake / to not be asleep"
Example: "Is he conscious? "No, the medicine made him fall asleep."

OR

"to be aware of"
Example: "You should be conscious of how your words affect people."

I hope that helps! :)
Q: What does conscious mean?
A: The most common definition is that you are aware of your surroundings and able to respond if necessary. For example a person who had just been in an accident,

A - "I heard he was in an accident yesterday? Was he okay?"
B - "I heard he was fine. While he was very dizzy, he was still conscious and able to walk away from the wreckage."

Another definition is when you are doing something deliberately, and you know it, for example a person who pushes someone,

A - "Did he mean to do that?"
B - "I'm pretty sure it was a conscious effort to push you."

So just a few examples here, and I hope it helps! 👍🏼
Q: What does conscious mean?
A: to be aware
Q: What does conscious mean?
A: Awareness, when you are conscious of something it means you have an emotion towards it, sub-conscious is when you are not aware

Example sentences using "Conscious"

Q: Please show me example sentences with conscious.
A: × Is he still conscious?
× Do you even know what you're doing?! Be a bit more self-conscious next time!
× At the sight of blood, she lost consciousness
Q: Please show me example sentences with conscious .
A: "I don't like my outfit today. I'm self-conscious."

"I'm very conscious that they're looking at me."

"Is he conscious or is he dead??"
Q: Please show me example sentences with conscious.
A: The lady is now conscious after her hospital operation.

I am conscious of the fact that you are upset.

The man is unconscious.
Q: Please show me example sentences with conscious.
A: "He was conscious that he was no longer alone in the room."

"She fell from the bus but she was still conscious."

"We can start to operate, the patient is no longer conscious."

"I will make a conscious effort to understand spoken Japanese."

Synonyms of "Conscious" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between conscious and conscience ?
A: Conscious means "to be awake or aware of your surroundings." If you hit your head very hard, you may lose consciousness.
Conscience is sometimes described as "the voice in your head telling you to do the right thing." Having a good conscience means you are fair or just, and know right from wrong.
Q: What is the difference between conscious and aware ?
A: aware always means to perceive, to be informed of

he is aware of his charges
were you aware this would happen

conscious can also mean aware

I made a conscious decision to forgo the operation (he was aware of his actions)

but can also mean

to be awake

" I was conscious during the procedure"
Q: What is the difference between conscious and aware ?
A: To be conscious implies being generally aware of the world around you ( experience that comes from the 5 senses)
Ex: You were aware about everything in your surroundings, but you were consciously looking out for an escape.

To be aware is more specific, you are aware of certain situations or facts. (An experience that comes from the mind)
Ex: You are aware of the fact that consuming too much sugar can lead to obesity.

Q: What is the difference between conscious and embarrass ?
A: Conscious = state of awareness or being awake ("She is breathing, but she is not conscious!")
Self-conscious = to be continuously aware or insecure of certain aspects of oneself ("I am a little self-conscious of my hands. I think they're not pretty.")
Embarrassed = to feel ashamed or awkward, usually only felt in situations ("My shirt was backwards the whole day! I'm so embarassed!)
Q: What is the difference between conscious and aware ?
A: I suppose one is a state of being, and the other is an action.
It's a little hard to explain because if you are conscious of something, you are aware.
I do things subconsciously. Breathe, scratch an itch, blink.
If I walk up to a hole in the ground I walk around it. It's a conscious decision that happened because I was aware of my surroundings.

Conscious also means "awake". If I am unconscious I am sleeping because something is wrong.

Translations of "Conscious"

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Other questions about "Conscious"

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Q: I'm awake and conscious at 7 a.m. does this sound natural?
A: it has two distinct meanings, either to be in a state where you're aware of your surroundings, or to be aware and oriented toward something. "she was security conscious." means "she was typically looking at things with security in mind." the other definition is usually used in other forms, such as unconscious, or consciousness; however an example would be "he's conscious, but not quite awake."

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