awake

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awake englannista suomeksi

  1. hereillä, valpas

  2. valveilla

  3. herätä

  1. hereillä / hereillä oleva, valveilla / valveilla oleva

  2. hereillä oleva">hereillä oleva, tietoinen

  3. herätä, havahtua

  4. herättää

  5. herättää, havahduttaa, piristää

awake englanniksi

  1. Not asleep; conscious.

  2. (quote-book)

  3. (syn)

    (ant)

  4. Alert, aware.

  5. (ux)

  6. (RQ:Dickens Pickwick Papers) Me and a cab’net-maker has dewised a plan for gettin’ him out. A pianner, Samivel—a pianner!’ (..)‘And wot ‘ud be the good o’ that?’ said Sam.‘Let him send to my friend, the cabinet-maker, to fetch it back, Sammy,’ replied Mr. Weller. ‘Are you avake, now?’‘No,’ rejoined Sam.‘There ain’t no vurks in it,’ whispered his father. ‘It ‘ull hold him easy, vith his hat and shoes on, and breathe through the legs, vich his holler. (..)

  7. 1965 June, (w), "Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution"https://www2.oberlin.edu/external/EOG/BlackHistoryMonth/MLK/CommAddress.html:

  8. And so we see in our own world a revolution of rising expectations. The great challenge facing every individual graduating today is to remain awake through this social revolution.
  9. To become conscious after having slept.

  10. To cause (somebody) to stop sleeping.

  11. (RQ:Mlry MrtDrthr)

  12. 1665 Hooke|Robert Hooke, ''Micrographia''

  13. ant I ſuffered to lye above an hour in the Spirit; and after I had taken it out, and put its body and legs into a natural poſture, remained moveleſs about an hour; but then , upon a ſudden, as if it had been awaken out of a drunken ſleep, it ſuddenly reviv'd and ran away...
  14. To make aware of something.

  15. To excite or to up something latent.

  16. To rouse from a state of inaction or dormancy.

  17. To come out of a state of inaction or dormancy.

  18. 1867-1879, (w), ''The History of the Norman Conquest of England''

  19. The national spirit again awoke.
  20. (RQ:KJV)