mindful

mindful
adjective

be mindful of something — (take into account) etwas bedenken od. berücksichtigen; (give attention to) an etwas (Akk.) denken

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(with of) adjective ((formal) aware (of); paying attention (to): to be mindful of their needs; Mindful of the dangers, he proceeded with caution.)
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mind·ful
[ˈmaɪn(d)fəl]
adj pred
1. (be concerned about)
to be \mindful of sb's feelings/condition jds Gefühle/Zustand berücksichtigen [o bedenken]
ever \mindful of her comfort, ... stets auf ihr Wohl bedacht, ...
to be ever \mindful of sb stets für jdn Sorge tragen
2. (have understanding)
to be \mindful of the disadvantages/problems/risks sich dat der Nachteile/Probleme/Risiken bewusst sein
to be \mindful of one's responsibilities sich dat seiner Verantwortung bewusst sein
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['maIndfUl]
adj

to be mindful of sth — etw berücksichtigen or bedenken

ever mindful of the risks, she ... — weil sie sich (dat)

ever mindful of her words — immer an ihre Worte denkend

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mindful adj (adv mindfully)
1. aufmerksam, achtsam:
be mindful of achten auf (akk)
2. eingedenk (of gen):
be mindful of denken an (akk), bedenken
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adjective

be mindful of something — (take into account) etwas bedenken od. berücksichtigen; (give attention to) an etwas (Akk.) denken

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adj.
aufmerksam adj.
eingedenk adj.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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