English to Lithuanian Meaning of conscious - sąmoningas

Conscious :

informuotas, sąmoningas, gaminiai, juntantis, protingas, pagyvinti, žinojimas, gyvenimas, gyvybiškai svarbus, susipažinęs

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Definitions of conscious in English
Adjective(1) intentionally conceived(2) knowing and perceiving; having awareness of surroundings and sensations and thoughts(3) (followed by `of'
Examples of conscious in English
(1) The patient is conscious at this point and is repeatedly examined by the surgeon or neurologist.(2) Home, she says, is definitely London, but she is conscious of her Scottish roots.(3) Most had died along the way, but one young lad, his arm and leg completely shattered by shrapnel, was conscious and groaning.(4) Generally, the patients were conscious when admitted on to the neurosurgical wards.(5) All conscious thought seemed to shut off, disconnect, leaving him only to instincts.(6) It is entirely possible that someone has a reasonable opinion, deriving from conscious thought.(7) The four adult members of the family were conscious but had muscle stiffness with periodic convulsive movements of the limbs and opisthotonos.(8) In what respects are both conscious thought and perception phenomenal?(9) The phenomenal character of conscious thought and propositional attitudes will be discussed in the next chapter.(10) The pupils were aware of the obesity problem and conscious of the need to eat healthy foods.(11) Patients who are conscious but in a vegetative state may also have their life support stopped.(12) We made a really conscious effort to forget about the critics - nothing good can come from thinking about that, anyway.(13) If the casualty is conscious , put them in the recovery position - see below.(14) This calls for conscious and deliberate efforts to develop qualities like altruism and selflessness.(15) They are created by conscious and deliberate planning, which may span centuries.(16) People are very conscious of the need to make roads as safe as possible.
Related Phrases of conscious
(1) self-conscious ::
(2) conscious of ::
(3) be conscious of ::
būti sąmoningas
(4) conscious decision ::
sąmoningas sprendimas
(5) conscious mind ::
sąmoningas protas
(6) fashion-conscious ::
mados sąmoningas
(7) be conscious ::
būti sąmoningas
(8) class-conscious ::
klasės sąmoningas
(9) socially conscious ::
socialiai sąmoningas
1. aware ::
2. deliberate ::
3. witting ::
1. insensible ::
2. oblivious ::
3. unaware ::
4. unconscious ::
be sąmonės
5. unmindful ::
6. unwitting ::
Different Forms
conscious, consciously
Word Example from TV Shows
Produces a flaccid paralysis
that leaves the victim conscious

Produces a flaccid paralysis that leaves the victim CONSCIOUS

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 12

Your husband is conscious and stable.

Your husband is CONSCIOUS and stable.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 5

for a conscious mind
to wander around in it.

for a CONSCIOUS mind to wander around in it.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 10

If he was conscious,
he would've heard me.

If he was CONSCIOUS, he would've heard me.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 14

Trust me, if you were even
a little conscious right now,

Trust me, if you were even a little CONSCIOUS right now,

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 18

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