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ear in Bengali বাংলা

ear in Dogri डोगरी

ear in Hindi हिन्दी

ear in Kashmiri कॉशुर

ear in Konkani कोंकणी

ear in Malayalam മലയാളം

ear in Marathi मराठी

ear in Punjabi ਪੰਜਾਬੀ

ear in Tamil தமிழ்

ear in Telugu తెలుగు

ear in English

  • ear adj. earlike.

  • ear ear (1), noun.
    1. the part of the body by which people and animals hear; organ of hearing. It consists of the external ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear.
    2. outer part of the ear; auricle.
    Ex. The horse laid his ears back. One vari

  • ear ear (2), noun, verb.

  • ear ear (3), transitive verb.
    (Archaic.) to plow.

  • ear expr. be all ears, (Informal.) to listen eagerly, pay careful attention.
    Ex. The children were all ears as the sailor described his adventures. Let me in on the secret; I'm all ears.

  • ear expr. believe one's ears, to credit what one hears.
    Ex. He ... blamed my partner, who could scarcely believe his ears (Hugh Conway).

  • ear expr. bend one's ear, (Slang.) to hold one stubbornly in a conversation.
    Ex. Why, people have been bending our ears all day, and would gladly have continued into the night (New Yorker).

  • ear expr. by the ears, in a state of discord or contention.
    Ex. In one place, we fight for a sword; in another for a horse; in short, we are all by the ears together (Tobias Smollett).

  • ear expr. chew one's ears off, (U.S. Slang.) to lecture or scold.
    Ex. The clumsy player got his ears chewed off by the coach after the game.

  • ear expr. fall on deaf ears, to receive no attention; go unheeded.
    Ex. His request for a raise in pay fell on deaf ears.

  • ear expr. go in one ear and out the other, to make no impression.
    Ex. She listened to his explanation, but it just went in one ear and out the other.

  • ear expr. have (hold or keep) one's ear to the ground, (Informal.) to pay attention to what people are thinking and saying so that one can act accordingly.
    Ex. If these associations are filled with the broad national principles of conservation, then th

  • ear expr. incline one's ear, to listen favorably.
    Ex. He inclined his ear to her tale of woe.

  • ear expr. lay back one's ears, (British Sports Slang.) to run at full speed; sprint.
    Ex. His [the captain of a Rugby team's] try came from an interception in his own half, when, seeming to be considerably less surprised than his opponents, he laid back

  • ear expr. lend an ear, to listen; pay attention.
    Ex. Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears (Shakespeare).

  • ear expr. over head and ears, deeply absorbed or involved; overwhelmed.
    Ex. I am over head and ears in writings (Thomas Gray).

  • ear expr. play by ear,
    a. to play (a piece of music or a musical instrument) without using written music.
    Ex. She can't read notes but she can play any tune on the piano by ear.
    b. to handle (a matter) without adequate preparation or guid

  • ear expr. prick (up) the ears,
    a. to point the ears upward, especially to listen carefully.
    Ex. The dog pricked up his ears when he heard his master's footsteps.
    b. (Figurative.) to give sudden attention.
    Ex. I pricked up my ears wh

  • ear expr. set by the ears, to cause to disagree or quarrel; stir up trouble between.
    Ex. Does it [Turkey] fancy that it will obtain security for itself by setting Greek and Bulgarian by the ears? (M. E. Grant Duff).

  • ear expr. set on one's ear, to get very stirred up or excited.
    Ex. ""We set New York on its ear with the Picasso benefit ..."" Mrs. Smith said (New Yorker). They have ... a chance to hoodwink local nabobs and set some unsuspecting prairie town on its e

  • ear expr. turn a deaf ear (or ears), to refuse to listen; pay no attention.
    Ex. The President recently turned deaf ears on an S.O.S. plea from a group of G.O.P.ers (Wall Street Journal).

  • ear expr. up to the (or one's) ears, (Informal.) deeply taken up; thoroughly involved; almost overwhelmed.
    Ex. I ... was up to my ears in law (Washington Irving).

  • ear expr. wet behind the ears, too young to know very much; green; inexperienced.
    Ex. [He] was wet behind the ears if he believed the charges thus far aired were unfounded (New York Times).

  • ear noun the part of certain plants that contains the grains. The grains of corn, wheat, oats, barley, and rye are formed on ears.

  • ear v.i. to grow ears; form ears.
    Ex. Soon the corn will ear.

ear in Maithili


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