Translation of conscious in Spanish:

conscious

consciente, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkɒnʃəs//ˈkɑn(t)ʃəs/

adjective

  • 1

    • 1.1(awake, alert)

      consciente
      he was fully conscious estaba totalmente consciente
      • She's barely conscious, but she does react when you talk to her.
      • She had let her subconscious wander while her conscious mind paid attention to the landscape around her.
      • Its critics claim that some downed animals are passed by inspectors because they are just conscious enough to respond to a kick.
      • The war is between my habitual and conscious thoughts about how to live and a new perspective struggling to be born.
      • As in life, the provocations to feeling or to action do not occur in step with the conscious thoughts of the characters.
      • In what respects are both conscious thought and perception phenomenal?
      • All conscious thought seemed to shut off, disconnect, leaving him only to instincts.
      • Specialized neural machinery takes care of the heavy lifting while our conscious minds sit lazily at the controls.
      • In this totality the conscious mind is contained like a smaller circle within a larger one.
      • Most had died along the way, but one young lad, his arm and leg completely shattered by shrapnel, was conscious and groaning.
      • Dreams are highly personal communications between the subconscious and the conscious minds.
      • The phenomenal character of conscious thought and propositional attitudes will be discussed in the next chapter.
      • The Glasgow coma scale is a clinical scoring system for objectively assessing how conscious a patient is.
      • In this state, the subconscious mind becomes more active, allowing the conscious mind to rest and rejuvenate itself.
      • Patients who are conscious but in a vegetative state may also have their life support stopped.
      • You can also choose to stay conscious during the operation, or be mildly sedated so that you aren't fully aware of what is happening.
      • The first man has spat out his endotracheal tube and is conscious, asking what the score is.
      • Patients with a normal conscious level, no signs of external injury, and a history of a trivial blow to the head can be discharged.
      • The conscious mind then reverses the reverse message and directs us to speak in forward speech.
      • It is here that the conscious thought and the perceptive experience flow.
      • He was admitted to the ICU conscious and alert, but with a very low blood pressure, and very marginal oxygenation.
      • The four adult members of the family were conscious but had muscle stiffness with periodic convulsive movements of the limbs and opisthotonos.
      • For cooperative, conscious patients it may be possible to collect and then analyze expired air.
      • So why then are the surgeons so reluctant to operate on conscious patients?
      • Every conscious minute of my entire life the heterosexual mantra is broadcasted.
      • If the casualty is conscious, put them in the recovery position - see below.
      • Neurological examination 48 hours later showed that he was conscious and able to obey commands but profoundly weak.
      • Generally, the patients were conscious when admitted on to the neurosurgical wards.
      • It is entirely possible that someone has a reasonable opinion, deriving from conscious thought.
      • The person may remain completely or partially aware, and will remain conscious.
      • The patient is conscious at this point and is repeatedly examined by the surgeon or neurologist.
      • However, I believe nightmares are a gift of our subconscious to our conscious minds.
      • Eventually, the activities should become so ingrained they no longer seem like conscious thought.
      • Then my subconscious mind taught my conscious mind how to use the tricks it had learnt.
      • Any conscious thought process that may be required on the range to shoot well will hardly exist when your meter is pegged.
      • Then, before he knew exactly what he was doing, he was moving, almost without conscious thought.
      • During 2002, fully conscious patients with a polio-like flaccid paralysis were also recognised.
      • If the patient is conscious and alert, call the local poison control center.
      • And hypnosis works was bypassing the conscious mind and communicating directly with the unconscious mind.
      • Even conventional psychology talks about the fact we have a conscious mind and a subconscious mind.

    • 1.2(aware)

      to be conscious of sth ser consciente de algo
      • I'm fully conscious of its importance estoy plenamente consciente de su importancia
      • it made her more politically conscious aumentó su conciencia política
      • to become conscious of a problem tomar conciencia de un problema
      • to become conscious that … darse cuenta de que …

  • 2

    (deliberate)
    (decision) deliberado
    (disdain/irony) intencional
    (irony/disdain) deliberado
    she made a conscious effort to be nice to them se esforzó por ser amable con ellos
    • Just imagine what the world would be like if every one of us made a conscious effort to genuinely love one another?
    • Cricket is a game that I have a lot of time for, ever since I made the conscious effort a few years ago to sit down and make myself familiar with the rules.
    • These students are now more aware of what they eat and are making conscious decisions to eat well and get active.
    • This calls for conscious and deliberate efforts to develop qualities like altruism and selflessness.
    • The actions of cultural heroes are neither fully intentional nor conscious.
    • Certain others benefited from deliberate and conscious acts of emancipation.
    • Sharing involves both teaching and learning - actions that require a conscious effort.
    • That just happened, it wasn't a conscious effort really, but I think just by the nature of having more characters in it.
    • So, I'm making a conscious effort to not feel guilty unnecessarily.
    • As more immigrants came to the country, there was a conscious effort to mold children into American citizens.
    • The effort was conscious and deliberate with each artist paired with a designer.
    • They are created by conscious and deliberate planning, which may span centuries.
    • Has choosing such roles been a conscious effort on her part?
    • We made a really conscious effort to forget about the critics - nothing good can come from thinking about that, anyway.