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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishawarenessa‧ware‧ness /əˈweənəs $ əˈwer-/ ●●○ W3 AWL noun [uncountable]  1 KNOW somebodyknowledge or understanding of a particular subject or situationenvironmental/political/social awareness Health officials have tried to raise awareness (=improve people’s knowledge) about AIDS.2 NOTICEthe ability to notice something using your sensesawareness of an artist’s awareness of light and color
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awarenessIt is an expression of the child's experience at several levels, especially an awareness of a love of nature.An important feature of hysterical disorders is that the patient has no conscious awareness of feigning such symptoms.Such training includes environmental awareness carried out in conjunction with the Environmental Department.Much of the credit for the rise of Holocaust awareness belongs to the survivors of the horror themselves.political awarenessraise awarenessShe was active raising awareness and money for serious diseases.The doctor is pleased the actor is raising awareness of tinnitus.The commission also ordered a media campaign to raise awareness of the peace pact.The principal aim is to raise awareness among workers and employers of hazards in the workplace.Have events been organised to raise awareness among all staff of the recruitment problem ahead?Standing To raise awareness, understanding and esteem of the profession and to promote a positive image.Schools have adopted several tactics to raise awareness of bias.How are we to raise awareness?
From Longman Business Dictionaryawarenessa‧ware‧ness /əˈweənəsəˈwer-/ noun [uncountable] knowledge or understanding of a particular subject, situation, or thingUS investors’ awareness of international bond marketsThey need to raise awareness of the product in markets such as France and the US, where it is less well known. brand awareness consumer awareness product awareness