semi-conscious
Only partially conscious and aware, confused, groggy.

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  • semi-conscious — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ partially conscious …   English terms dictionary

  • semi-conscious — adj. partly or imperfectly conscious. * * * semi conscious UK US adjective someone who is semi conscious is only partly conscious and is not fully awake A neighbour found her semi conscious on the floor. Thesaurus: asleep and unconscioussynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • semi-conscious — UK / US adjective someone who is semi conscious is only partly conscious and is not fully awake A neighbour found her semi conscious on the floor. Derived word: semi consciousness noun uncountable …   English dictionary

  • ˌsemi-ˈconscious — adj someone who is semi conscious is only partly conscious and not fully awake ˌsemi ˈconsciousness noun [U] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • semi-conscious — adjective partially conscious …   English new terms dictionary

  • semi — semi·abstract; semi·abstraction; semi·aerial; semi·amphibious; semi·annual; semi·annually; semi·anthracite; semi·ape; semi·aquatic; semi·arboreal; semi·arch; semi·arid; semi·auto; semi·autonomous; semi·basement; semi·beam; semi·bejan;… …   English syllables

  • semi- — is the most active and versatile of the prefixes meaning ‘half’ (the other two being demi and hemi ) in forming compounds, often with adjectives and verbal participles as the second element (semi automatic, semi conscious, semi detached, semi… …   Modern English usage

  • semi- — ► PREFIX 1) half: semicircular. 2) partly; in some degree: semi conscious. ORIGIN Latin …   English terms dictionary

  • semi-consciousness — noun [uncountable] Thesaurus: asleep and unconscioussynonym Main entry: semi conscious …   Useful english dictionary

  • semi- — prefix 1》 half: semicircular.     ↘occurring or appearing twice in a specified period: semi annual. 2》 partly: semi conscious.     ↘almost: semi darkness. Origin from L.; related to Gk hemi …   English new terms dictionary

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