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  • And as you go over it you start to hear more and more things.
  • When they heard of his death, they decided to take back the castle.
  • The sound of a military band is heard, and the friends leave.
  • For the next three weeks, he was not seen or heard from.
  • We all knew where we stood after we had heard it.
  • This condition is more common among people who have poor hearing or sight.
  • That film marked the first time the language had been heard on screen.
  • I could hear the whole thing in my head as if it were a finished record.
  • And to hear that and to have the Queen pass so close to me.
  • Three major problems in terms of language are present for those with hearing loss.
  • It was always a down-town thing, but more than just hearing the music.
  • The prison in which he was held was the first platform to hear his voice.
  • After he retired for the evening, she continued to hear him talking to himself.
  • Her case is to be heard by the church's court.
  • Hearing loss has been described as primarily a condition of modern society.
  • "You hear his heart with his right hand and his soul with his left."
  • Would you hear of an old-time sea-fight?
  • Some fans may watch a show merely to hear a particular voice actor.
  • You get together with them and you hear about policy, about reaching out to help people.
  • One can hear it in any administration or office, but education is only in French.
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Meaning of hear

  • verb Perceive (sound) via the auditory sense
  • verb Examine or hear (evidence or a case) by judicial process
    The jury had heard all the evidence, The case will be tried in California
  • verb Receive a communication from someone
    We heard nothing from our son for five years