Definition of semi-conscious in English:

semi-conscious

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Pronunciation: /sɛmɪˈkɒnʃəs
 
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adjective

  • Only partially conscious: he dragged out the semi-conscious pilot
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    • And many would argue that intelligence is made up of unconscious, conscious, and semi-conscious elements, experiences.
    • Two weeks later, he was referred back to hospital after becoming semi-conscious and having convulsions.
    • Thirteen-year-old girls have had to be brought to hospital after being found semi-conscious from alcohol in public parks in Limerick.

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