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n.耳朵,倾听,听觉,听力,穗 vi.抽穗
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形容词:earless 动词过去式:eared 过去分词:eared 现在分词:earing 第三人称单数:ears

ear


/ɪə(r); ɪr/
n
1 [C] organ of hearing; its outer part 耳, 耳朵; 外耳
*The doctor looked into my ears. 医生检查我的耳朵.
* Rabbits have large ears. 兔子的耳朵很长.
* [attrib 作定语] She's got an `ear infection. 她耳朵感染了. =>illus 见插图.
2 [sing] an ~ (for sth) sense of hearing; ability to discriminate sounds, esp in music and language 听觉; (尤指音乐和语言中的)辨音力, 听力
*She has a good ear for languages. 她学语言的听力很好.
3 (idm 习语) (be) all `ears (infml 口) listening attentively 倾听
*Tell me your news; I'm all ears. 把你的新鲜事告诉我, 我洗耳恭听. box sb's ears => box2. sth comes to/reaches sb's `ears sb finds out about sth, eg news or gossip 某事物(如消息或闲话)传到某人耳朵里
*If this news ever reaches her ears, she'll be furious. 这个消息万一传到她的耳朵里, 她一定得大发雷霆. din in one's ears => din v. sb's `ears are burning sb suspects that he is being talked about, esp in an unkind way 某人耳朵发烧(怀疑遭人议论, 尤指说坏话)
*All this gossip about Sarah her ears must be burning! 都在说萨拉的闲话--她耳朵一定发烧了! easy on the ear/eye => easy1. fall on deaf ears => deaf. feel one's ears burning => feel1. give sb/get a thick ear => thick. go in (at) `one ear and out (at) the `other be heard but either ignored or quickly forgotten 一耳进一耳出; 左耳进右耳出; 当作耳边风
*You've forgotten to buy the eggs! It (ie What I tell you) goes in one ear and out the other. 你忘记买鸡蛋了! 把我跟你说的话当成耳旁风了. have, get, win, etc sb's `ear have or get sb's favourable attention 获得某人的好感; 受到某人的重视. have/keep an/one's ear to the `ground be aware of all that is happening and being said 注意周围的动静
*Peter'll know; he always keeps an ear to the ground. 彼得会知道的, 他耳听八方. have a word in sb's ear => ordword. keep one's ears/eyes open => open1. lend an ear => lend. make a pig's ear of sth => pig. meet the ear/eye => meet1. music to one's ears => music. not believe one's ears/eyes => believe. (be) out on one's `ear suddenly expelled, dismissed, etc 突遭驱逐、开除、解雇等. play (sth) by `ear play (music) by remembering how it sounds, ie without seeing a printed form 凭记忆演奏(乐曲)(即不看乐谱). play it by `ear (infml 口) act without preparation according to the demands of a situation; improvise 事前无准备而根据情况采取行动; 临时现做
*I've had no time to prepare for this meeting, so I'll have to play it by ear. 我没有时间准备这次会议, 所以只好有什么谈什么. prick up one's ears => prick2. shut one's ears to sth/sb => shut. smile, etc from ear to `ear smile, etc broadly, showing that one is very pleased or happy 眉开眼笑. turn a deaf ear => deaf. (be) up to one's ears/eyes in sth very busy with or overwhelmed by sth 忙得不可开交; 深陷于某事物中
*I'm up to my ears in work at the moment. 我现在工作忙极了. walls have ears => wall. with a flea in one's ear => flea. wet behind the ears => wet. with half an `ear not very attentively 不很注意地
*I was only listening to the radio with half an ear, while preparing some food. 我正在做吃的, 没太留心听收音机.

/ɪə(r); ɪr/
n seed-bearing part of a cereal, eg wheat, barley, etc (麦子的)穗. =>illus at cereal 见cereal之插图.

ear


n
ear, nose, tooth, eye
1【part of your body】
2【hearing】
3【grain】
4 smile/grin etc from ear to ear
5
6 a sympathetic ear
7 close/shut your ears to something
8 be all ears
9 be out on your ear
10 be up to your ears in work/debt/problems etc
11 have something coming out (of) your ears
12 keep your/an ear to the ground
13 keep your ears open
14 go in (at) one ear and out (at) the other
15 give somebody a thick ear
16 have somebody's ear
17 play something by ear
18 somebody's ears are burning
19 somebody's ears are flapping
[Sense: 1,2; Origin:Old English eare]
[Sense: 3; Origin:Old English ear]
【PART OF YOUR BODY】[C]
one of the organs on either side of your head that you hear with
 She tucked her hair behind her ears.
 She's had her ears pierced (=small holes made in her ears in order to wear earrings) .
whisper/say (sth) in sb's ear
 Lou turned to Mark and whispered something in his ear.
long-eared/short-eared etc
 a long-eared rabbit
inner/middle ear
(=the parts inside your ear which you use to hear sounds)
【HEARING】[C]
used to talk about hearing
to sb's ears
 It sounds odd to the ears of an ordinary English speaker.
 I just wondered if the rumour had reached your ears (=if you had heard it) .
prick (up) your earsatprick1 (5)
【GRAIN】[C]
the top part of a plant such as wheat that produces grain
ear of
 an ear of corn
smile/grin etc from ear to ear
to show that you are very happy or pleased by smiling a lot
 She came out of his office, beaming from ear to ear.
[singular]
the ability to learn music, copy sounds etc
ear for
 She has no ear for languages at all.
 a good ear for dialogue
a sympathetic ear
used to say that someone listens sympathetically to what someone is saying
 He's always prepared to lend a sympathetic ear .
close/shut your ears to sth
to refuse to listen to bad or unpleasant news
 You can't just close your ears to their warnings.
turn a deaf earatdeaf, fall on deaf earsatdeaf
be all earsinformal
to be very keen to hear what someone is going to tell you
 As soon as I mentioned money, Karen was all ears.
be out on your earinformal
to be forced to leave a job, organization etc, especially because you have done something wrong
 You'd better start working harder, or you'll be out on your ear.
be up to your ears in work/debt/problems etc
to have a lot of work etc
have sth coming out (of) your earsinformal
to have too much of something
 We've got pumpkins coming out our ears this time of year.
keep your/an ear to the ground
to make sure that you always know what is happening in a situation
keep your ears open
to always be listening in order to find out what is happening or to hear some useful information
 I hope you'll all keep your eyes and ears open for anything unusual.
go in (at) one ear and out (at) the otherinformal
if information goes in one ear and out the other, you forget it as soon as you have heard it
 I don't know why I tell her anything. It just goes in one ear and out the other.
give sb a thick ear
BrE informal to hit someone on the ear
 Behave yourself or I'll give you a thick ear!
have sb's ear
to be trusted by someone so that they will listen to your advice, opinions etc
 He claimed to have the ear of several top ministers.
play sth by ear
to play music that you have heard without having to read written music
play it by earatplay1 (11)
sb's ears are burning
used to say that someone thinks that people are talking about them
sb's ears are flapping
BrE spoken used to say that someone is trying to listen to your private conversation
dog-eared
bend sb's earatbend1 (7)
send sb off with a flea in their earatflea
make a pig's ear ofatpig1 (5)
wet behind the earsatwet1 (7)
1. But then the ear also needs training, since at first it can hardly detect differences in sounds which grown-up people hear most clearly.
    但是耳朵也同样需要训练,因为最初耳朵几乎分辨不出声音的不同,而成年人却大多听得很清楚。

2. The fifth, being a very tall man, happened to take hold of the elephant´s ear.
    第五个盲人身材高大,一下子就抓到了大象耳朵。

3. Time is, therefore, always ticking in our inner ear.
    因此时间老是在我们的耳朵里嘀嗒嘀嗒地响着。

4. Then, through the microphone, he spoke into my ear:
    然后,我的耳中传来他通过麦克风发出的指令:

5. He is extending his eyes with rader; his tongue and his ear through through telecommunucations.
    人类借助雷达来扩大视野;借助电讯来延伸自己的声音和听觉;

6. As I lowered my voice further and spoke close to his ear, the blind man leaned his head eagerly toward me.
    我把声音压得更低,凑近他的耳朵说话,他也热切地把头靠过来。

7. "Good morning," said Hans, smiling from ear to ear.
    “早上好。”汉斯说着,咧开嘴笑了。

8. Others argue that a child´s ear is especially sensitive.
    另一些人认为,儿童的耳朵尤其敏感。

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