Meaning of wakefulness in English:

wakefulness

Translate wakefulness into Spanish

noun

See wakeful

‘I sort of half-slept last night, suspended in a weird state between wakefulness and dreaming, kept anchored in the world by the sound of the radio.’
  • ‘I do this in the night sometimes, in moments of partial wakefulness.’
  • ‘Something intense is going on when we sleep; in fact, on an EEG trace it looks very similar to wakefulness.’
  • ‘I staggered into wakefulness at 11:45 when Graham rang to say good night.’
  • ‘We dozed, never quite letting ourselves go, ready to jump into confused wakefulness, anticipating action of some kind.’

Pronunciation

wakefulness

/ˈweɪkfʊlnəs/ /ˈweɪkf(ə)lnəs/