- have one's ear to the ground, in one ear and out the other
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|part of speech:
||the organ of hearing in man and vertebrate animals.
||an ability to distinguish sounds clearly and accurately.
an ear for spoken French
||sense of hearing.
To my ears, it's just noise.
||friendly or positive attention.
I have the ear of the mayor.
||music, organ, tune
||have one's ear to the ground
||in one ear and out the other
Word Builder: ear +
an ache in the ear.
a warm covering for the ears.
small pieces that you put into your ears to block noise.
a piece of jewelry worn in the ear.