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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first, I wake up/ awake/awaken, I woke up/ awoke/awoken, I have woken up/ have
woken/have awoken, I am waking up/ am awaking/am awakening.
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. 10.
wake up (third-person singular simple present wakes up, present participle
waking up, simple past woke up or waked up, past participle woken up or waked
Sep 25, 2009 ... What is the difference between these two sentences? 1. I just woke up 2. I've just
May 13, 2016 ... Being suddenly woken up mid-sleep cycle just isn't great for you. Intriguingly, the
notion of a full, solid nine hours of sleep without a break is a ...
Jun 26, 2013 ... He was woken up by his alarm clock. He was ... In OP's context, up makes no
difference to the meaning, and isn't included in most usages.
3 days ago ... President Obama explains how he gets woken up every day and reveals how
often he gets woken up in the middle of the night. Connect with ...