Traducción: de espanol

to realize something

  • 1 consciente

    adj.
    conscious.
    ser consciente de to be aware of
    m.
    conscious mind, conscious level of the mind, conscious part of the mind.
    * * *
    1 conscious, aware
    2 MEDICINA conscious
    3 (responsable) reliable, responsible
    \
    estar consciente to be conscious
    ser consciente de algo to be aware of something
    * * *
    adj.
    aware, conscious
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1)
    2) (Med)
    3) (Jur) fully responsible
    4) (=sensato) responsible
    2.
    SM conscious, conscious mind
    * * *
    a) [estar] (Med) conscious
    b) (de problema, hecho)

    ser or (Chi, Méx) estar consciente de algo — to be aware o conscious of something

    una persona plenamente consciente de sus actos — a person who is fully responsible for his/her actions

    c) [ser] ( sensato) sensible; ( responsable) responsible
    * * *
    = conscientious, conscious, deliberate, knowing, sentient.
    Ex. Then the conscientious manager can help solve his problems without engaging in original laborious research or the risky practice of trial and error.
    Ex. Unless a conscious decision has been made to the contrary, the abstractor should not introduce any new biases or emphases.
    Ex. Deliberate mnemonics are devices which help the user to remember and recall the notation for given subjects.
    Ex. 'Much as I hate to admit it,' she added, her face creasing in a knowing smile, 'some of my best friends are librarians, and I can't get over how they tear their colleagues to shreds when they're together' = "Siento mucho admitirlo", ella añadió mientras su cara se arrugaba dibujándose en ella una sonrisa de complicidad, "algunos de mis mejores amigos son bibliotecarios y no puedo entender cómo critican a otros colegas suyos cuando se jutan".
    Ex. He lives in a world in which machines become sentient and begin to demand rights.
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    * consciente de = cognisant of.
    * consciente de la importancia de la información = information conscious, information conscious.
    * consciente de los deberes de Uno = dutiful.
    * consciente de uno mismo = self-conscious.
    * hacer más consciente de Algo = heighten + awareness.
    * no ser consciente de = remain + unaware of.
    * ser consciente = sentient being.
    * ser consciente de = be alive to, be aware of, be cognisant of, be mindful of/that, become + cognisant of, be aware of, realise [realize, -USA].
    * ser consciente de + Posesivo + valía = be alive to + Posesivo + worth.
    * ser consciente + desafortunadamente = be painfully aware of.
    * sin ser consciente de ello = unbeknownst to, unbeknown to.
    * * *
    a) [estar] (Med) conscious
    b) (de problema, hecho)

    ser or (Chi, Méx) estar consciente de algo — to be aware o conscious of something

    una persona plenamente consciente de sus actos — a person who is fully responsible for his/her actions

    c) [ser] ( sensato) sensible; ( responsable) responsible
    * * *
    = conscientious, conscious, deliberate, knowing, sentient.

    Ex: Then the conscientious manager can help solve his problems without engaging in original laborious research or the risky practice of trial and error.

    Ex: Unless a conscious decision has been made to the contrary, the abstractor should not introduce any new biases or emphases.
    Ex: Deliberate mnemonics are devices which help the user to remember and recall the notation for given subjects.
    Ex: 'Much as I hate to admit it,' she added, her face creasing in a knowing smile, 'some of my best friends are librarians, and I can't get over how they tear their colleagues to shreds when they're together' = "Siento mucho admitirlo", ella añadió mientras su cara se arrugaba dibujándose en ella una sonrisa de complicidad, "algunos de mis mejores amigos son bibliotecarios y no puedo entender cómo critican a otros colegas suyos cuando se jutan".
    Ex: He lives in a world in which machines become sentient and begin to demand rights.
    * consciente de = cognisant of.
    * consciente de la importancia de la información = information conscious, information conscious.
    * consciente de los deberes de Uno = dutiful.
    * consciente de uno mismo = self-conscious.
    * hacer más consciente de Algo = heighten + awareness.
    * no ser consciente de = remain + unaware of.
    * ser consciente = sentient being.
    * ser consciente de = be alive to, be aware of, be cognisant of, be mindful of/that, become + cognisant of, be aware of, realise [realize, -USA].
    * ser consciente de + Posesivo + valía = be alive to + Posesivo + worth.
    * ser consciente + desafortunadamente = be painfully aware of.
    * sin ser consciente de ello = unbeknownst to, unbeknown to.

    * * *
    1 [ ESTAR] ( Med) conscious
    2 (de un problema, hecho) ser or ( AmL) estar consciente DE algo to be aware o conscious OF sth
    no era or no estaba consciente de lo que hacía she was not aware o conscious of what she was doing
    una persona plenamente consciente de sus actos a person who is fully responsible for his/her actions
    3 [ SER] (sensato) sensible; (responsable) responsible
    * * *

     

    consciente adjetivo
    a) [estar] (Med) conscious

    b) (de problema, hecho) ser or (Chi, Méx) estar consciente de algo to be aware o conscious of sth

    c) [ser] ( sensato) sensible;

    ( responsable) responsible
    consciente adjetivo
    1 conscious, aware
    2 Med conscious
    ' consciente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    sensibilizar
    English:
    awake
    - aware
    - conscious
    - consequence
    - magnetic
    - mindful
    - dutiful
    - unaware
    - unconscious
    - unwittingly
    * * *
    1. [despierto] conscious;
    estar consciente to be conscious
    2.
    ser consciente de [darse cuenta de] to be aware of;
    no era consciente de lo que hacía he was not aware of what he was doing
    * * *
    adj
    1 MED conscious
    2
    :
    consciente de aware of, conscious of;
    ser consciente de algo be aware o conscious of sth
    * * *
    : conscious, aware
    * * *
    consciente adj aware / conscious

    Spanish-English dictionary > consciente

  • 2 percatarse de

    v.
    1 to become aware of, to come to realize.
    María se percató de su presencia Mary became aware of his presence.
    2 to find out about, to find out, to notice, to realize.
    María se percató de su traición Mary found out about his treason.
    * * *
    (v.) = appreciate, wake up to
    Ex. Some employers ignore this responsibility appreciating the accruing benefits of a professionally competent and motivated staff.
    Ex. A few libraries have woken up to this new demand and are doing something.
    * * *
    (v.) = appreciate, wake up to

    Ex: Some employers ignore this responsibility appreciating the accruing benefits of a professionally competent and motivated staff.

    Ex: A few libraries have woken up to this new demand and are doing something.

    Spanish-English dictionary > percatarse de

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