awake (awoke, awoken)

awake (awoke, awoken)
صَحَا \ awake (awoke, awoken): to wake. wake: (often with up) to stop sleeping: I woke at 6 o’clock. Wake me (up) at seven o’clock please.

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  • awake — [[t]əwe͟ɪk[/t]] awakes, awaking, awoke, awoken 1) ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ, ADJ after v Someone who is awake is not sleeping. I don t stay awake at night worrying about that... Nightmares kept me awake all night. 2) PHRASE: usu v link PHR Someone… …   English dictionary

  • awake — {{11}}awake (adj.) not asleep, c.1300, shortened from awaken, pp. of O.E. awæcnan (see AWAKEN (Cf. awaken)). {{12}}awake (v.) a merger of two Middle English verbs: 1. awaken, from O.E. awæcnan (earlier onwæcnan; strong, past tense awoc, pp.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Awoken — Awake A*wake , v. t. [imp. {Awoke}, {Awaked}; p. p. {Awaked}; (Obs.) {Awaken}, {Awoken}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Awaking}. The form {Awoke} is sometimes used as a p. p.] [AS. [=a]w[ae]cnan, v. i. (imp. aw[=o]c), and [=a]wacian, v. i. (imp. awacode). See …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • awake — awake, awaken, wake, waken 1. forms. Although the history of these words, and in particular of the various forms of past tense and past participle, is highly complex (see the OED entry), in current use awake and wake can be paired as strong verbs …   Modern English usage

  • Awoke — Awake A*wake , v. t. [imp. {Awoke}, {Awaked}; p. p. {Awaked}; (Obs.) {Awaken}, {Awoken}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Awaking}. The form {Awoke} is sometimes used as a p. p.] [AS. [=a]w[ae]cnan, v. i. (imp. aw[=o]c), and [=a]wacian, v. i. (imp. awacode). See …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Awoke — Awake A*wake , v. t. [imp. {Awoke}, {Awaked}; p. p. {Awaked}; (Obs.) {Awaken}, {Awoken}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Awaking}. The form {Awoke} is sometimes used as a p. p.] [AS. [=a]w[ae]cnan, v. i. (imp. aw[=o]c), and [=a]wacian, v. i. (imp. awacode). See …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Awake — A*wake , v. t. [imp. {Awoke}, {Awaked}; p. p. {Awaked}; (Obs.) {Awaken}, {Awoken}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Awaking}. The form {Awoke} is sometimes used as a p. p.] [AS. [=a]w[ae]cnan, v. i. (imp. aw[=o]c), and [=a]wacian, v. i. (imp. awacode). See… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • awake — [ə wāk′] vt. awoke or awaked, awaked or awoken, awaking [a merging of two words: ME awaken < OE awacan (on , out + wacan, to arise, awake) & ME awakien < OE awacian ( on , out + wacian, to be awake, watch): see WAKE1] 1. to rouse from… …   English World dictionary

  • awake — ► VERB (past awoke; past part. awoken) 1) stop sleeping. 2) make or become active again. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not asleep …   English terms dictionary

  • awake — a|wake1 S3 [əˈweık] adj [not before noun] 1.) not sleeping ▪ I hope he s awake now. ▪ She was still only half awake when I brought her a cup of coffee. ▪ How do you stay awake during boring lectures? ▪ Emma lay awake half the night, worrying. ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • awake — I. verb (awoke; also awaked; awoken or awaked; also awoke; awaking) Etymology: Middle English awaken (from Old English awacan, onwacan, from 1a , on + wacan to awake) & awakien, from Old English awacian, from 1a + wacian to be awake more …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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