What is the opposite of be oblivious to?

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To recognize something as valuable
“We appreciate the loyalty of our members and will never take them for granted.”
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To feel, notice or detect with one's senses
“Mark scanned the room intently, attempting to distinguish the mood of the guests who had arrived.”
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To see with the eyes
“I would often notice a puppy dog playing in the neighbor's backyard.”
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To take notice of
“He spoke wisely, but I would regard him not.”
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To be told or informed about something
“I had come to learn of his affair with another woman through an anonymous friend of his.”
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To subject to meticulous examination
“I can only conclude that you must not enjoy movies very much when you analyze them in such great detail.”
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To have an intention to do something
“I always ensure that I complete anything that I plan to do.”
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To be aware
“You will quickly find that being in this environment is not an easy exercise.”
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To demonstrate empathy
“I fully understand what Bob must be going through following the death of his mother.”
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To find unexpectedly or during a search
“In a couple of searches, you rapidly discover a wealth of news footage in the archives of this London-based film-maker.”
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To take part or interfere in something, typically to prevent or alter a result or course of events
“I am prepared to accept that he gave these matters full and due consideration before he decided to intervene.”
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To make known that a letter or message has been received
“Unfortunately, nobody from the department has even bothered to acknowledge our letter.”
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To involve or engage in deeply
“You better lose yourself in the music, the moment you own it, you better never let it go.”
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To think about something with curiosity or doubt
“I often wonder about what lies beyond our solar system.”
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To make a living for the benefit of others
“Robert worked hard to keep his family.”
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To hold or display a specified thought or emotion
“Always encourage the young boy, so that he will have confidence in his ability.”
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(followed by for) To show concern on behalf of
“His behavior has been erratic recently, and I fear for his mental health.”
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To make an attempt at handling a problem or policy
“We must approach this persistent problem with a different strategy if we are to solve it.”
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To fix one's attention at something or someone
“I think we should now focus on other, more pressing issues.”
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