Meaning of self-aware in English:

self-aware

Pronunciation /ˌsɛlfəˈwɛː/

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adjective

  • Having conscious knowledge of one's own character and feelings.

    ‘we're self-aware enough to know we're making mistakes’
    • ‘Released in 1996, it was a postmodern, self-aware horror movie.’
    • ‘They leave Henry's story blithely messy, the product of a man who is only barely self-aware.’
    • ‘He offers a fully rounded characterization of a sensitive, self-aware being who just happens to be a lower primate.’
    • ‘The novel proper features a compulsively wisecracking, self-aware narrator.’
    • ‘The kids are remarkably self-aware, often funny, sometimes quite touching in their support for one another.’
    • ‘The situation is handled with matter-of-factness, not self-aware cuteness.’
    • ‘It's a good self-aware laugh for the premiere audience, for which the joke was obviously conceived.’
    • ‘He's wiser by the end—a bit more self-aware, a bit more regretful.’
    • ‘The band has a tight grip on melody, mixing dreamy guitar work with crashing drums and painfully self-aware lyrics.’
    • ‘She brings strength and warmth and grace to what could have been a treacly, self-aware, melancholy role.’