Meaning of CONSCIOUSNESS in English

CONSCIOUSNESS

noun

1 being able to see/hear/feel things

ADJECTIVE

▪ full

▪ higher

to aspire to a higher ~

▪ cosmic , divine

powerful states of cosmic ~

the practices that are used by yogis to reach divine ~

▪ altered

▪ individual

▪ animal , human

the modern study of animal ~

VERB + CONSCIOUSNESS

▪ lose

She hit her head on a rock and lost ~.

▪ recover , regain

When she regained ~ she was in a hospital bed.

▪ bring sb back to

The cold water brought me back to full ~.

▪ enter

The words slowly entered her ~.

▪ alter

In some cultures shamans use drugs to alter ~.

PHRASES

▪ a level of ~ , a state of ~

an altered state of ~

2 being aware of sth

ADJECTIVE

▪ full

I left the room with full ~ of the impression I would make.

▪ growing

▪ collective , popular , public

Hip-hop exploded into popular ~ at the same time as the music video.

▪ national

▪ modern

▪ historical

These memories became an important component of Polish historical ~.

▪ class , cultural , environmental , feminist , gay , political , religious , social , working-class

a new political ~ among young people

a book that has changed cultural ~ in the US

▪ black , ethnic ( esp. AmE ), racial

African American racial ~

a sense of ethnic ~ among Lithuanian Americans

▪ civic

a decline in civic ~ and a growing indifference to public affairs

▪ critical

Our role as educators is to develop a critical ~ among our students.

▪ false ( technical )

He claims that it's a form of false ~ for working people to vote.

VERB + CONSCIOUSNESS

▪ develop , raise

They have succeeded in raising ~ on many issues.

▪ enter

imagery that has entered the national ~ through the media

▪ alter

a change that altered our collective ~ forever

▪ be lodged in , lodge itself in

The idea firmly lodged itself in the public ~.

PREPOSITION

▪ in (the) ~

a key position in feminist ~

▪ ~ about ( esp. AmE )

a new ~ about the health consequences of pesticides

▪ ~ among

▪ ~ of

a growing ~ of environmental issues among children

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .