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wake /weɪk/ (also wake up) verb (past tense woke /wəʊk $ woʊk/, past participle woken /ˈwəʊkən $ ˈwoʊ-/) [intransitive and transitive]

Irregular Forms: (woke)(woken)

شیار ، رد ناو ، بیداری ، شب زنده داری ، شب نشینی ، احیاء ، شب زنده داری کردن ، از خواب بیدار کردن ، رد پا ، دنباله کش تی ، علوم هوایی: جریانهای حلقوی بال ، علوم نظامی: خط حرکت ناو ، علوم دریایی: کف پاشنه ، خط حرکت ناو
- awaken, arise, awake, bestir, come to, get up, rouse, stir
- activate, animate, arouse, excite, fire, galvanize, kindle, provoke, stimulate, stir up
- vigil, deathwatch, funeral, watch
slipstream, aftermath, backwash, path, track, trail, train, wash, waves
Contrasted words: catnap, doze, drowse, nap, nod, snooze, sleep, slumber, calm, ease, mollify, relax
Related Words: arise, get up, roll out, freshen, renew

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. wake1 S2 W3 /weɪk/ (also wake up) verb (past tense woke /wəʊk $ woʊk/, past participle woken /ˈwəʊkən $ ˈwoʊ-/) [intransitive and transitive]
[Language: Old English; Origin: wacan 'to wake up' and wacian 'to be awake']
to stop sleeping, or to make someone stop sleeping:
When she woke, the sun was streaming through the windows.
Try not to wake the baby.
wake to
Nancy woke to the sound of birds outside her window (=she heard birds singing when she woke).
wake up phrasal verb

1. to stop sleeping, or to make someone stop sleeping:
James usually wakes up early.
wake somebody ↔ up
I’ll wake you up when it’s time to leave.

2. to start to listen or pay attention to something:
Wake up (=give me your attention) at the back there!

3. wake up and smell the coffee American English spoken used to tell someone to recognize the truth or reality of a situation
wake up to something phrasal verb
to start to realize and understand a danger, an idea etc:
It’s time you woke up to the fact that it’s a tough world.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. wake2 noun [countable]
[Sense 1-2,4: Date: 1400-1500; Origin: Perhaps from Dutch wak or Middle Low German wake, from Old Norse vok 'hole in the ice, especially as made by a boat']
[Sense 3: Date: 1400-1500; Origin: wake1]

1. in the wake of something if something, especially something bad, happens in the wake of an event, it happens afterwards and usually as a result of it:
Famine followed in the wake of the drought.

2. in sb’s/sth’s wake behind or after someone or something:
The car left clouds of dust in its wake.

3. the time before or after a funeral when friends and relatives meet to remember the dead person

4. [usually singular] the track made behind a boat as it moves through the water

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

See: in the wake of

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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