English version

be unconscious of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe unconscious of somethingbe unconscious of somethingREALIZEto not realize the effect of something you have said or done Doreen appeared to be unconscious of the amusement she had caused. unconscious
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be unconscious of somethingBarb seemed quite unconscious of the attention her dress was attracting.These people were unconscious of any thought or self induced actions and movement.Not that he was unconscious of his sagacity.We humans will be unconscious of what the global mind ponders.
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