cognisant cognisant


  • (adj) (sometimes followed by `of') having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception



  • When can I buy Google Glass?

    Last year, the Econsultancy blog featured several articles about Google Glass, as did most digital and business blogs, cognisant of the technology's hold on the public's imagination.
    on January 21, 2014     Source: e-Consultancy


  1. "I felt scared. I thought, 'Oh, I don't want this to be happening'. I was very cognisant of if it's going to happen, this is the best way for it to happen, that it's found so early and we can just get right on it," said Nixon.
    on Apr 16, 2008 By: Cynthia Nixon Source: BBC News

  2. "We've worked very hard to make the venues available and to get the pitches in the best possible condition that we can have them in," Buckley said. "We were certainly cognisant of the pitch conditions when we played China, and we made sure...
    on Mar 26, 2009 By: Ben Buckley Source: The Age

  3. "I think the whole team was cognisant of the fact that we were so close (in 2004) and didn't push through to the final goal," said midfielder Amy Walsh of St-Hilaire, Que. "So to make it this time makes it all the sweeter, and to know that...
    on Jul 17, 2008 By: Amy Walsh Source: Globe and Mail

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