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v. woke (wōk) or waked (wākt), waked or wok·en wak·ing, wakes. v.intr. 1. a. To cease to sleep; become awake: overslept and woke late. b. To stay awake: Bears  ...

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I have woken up in the middle of the night not being able to breathe… The thunder woke me. I was woken by the thunder. Next comes waken: In 29% of patients, ...

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Wake me up at six o'clock. 9. to rouse from lethargy, apathy, ignorance, etc. (often followed by up):. The tragedy woke us up to the need for safety precautions.

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Jun 26, 2013 ... There's no actual "rule" in play here - but idiomatically, native speakers have a tendency to discard up when there's another preposition ...