earful

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الإنجليزية - التركية
dedikodu havadis
bir sürü dedikodu
beklenmedik bir sürü laf
dayanılmaz konuşma
azar, papara, zılgıt
{i} şaşırtıcı cevap
{i} azar
i., k.dili
üzerinde çok durulan bir söz
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kulak

O, kulakları olan kirpileri asla görmediğini söylüyor. - She says that she's never seen hedgehogs with ears.

Kulak kanalı, kulak zarına ses dalgaları gönderir. - The ear canal sends sound waves to the eardrum.

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{i} işitme duyusu
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{i} başak
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{i} kulak verme
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kulp
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başak/kulak
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{i} duyma yeteneği

Senin onun duyma yeteneğini yükseltebileceğini sanmıyorum. - I don't think you can gain his ear.

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kulak içi
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kulağın
get an earful
azar işitmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
a reprimand, castigation or telling off
intimate gossip
a severe scolding
If you say that you got an earful, you mean that someone spoke angrily to you for quite an long time. I bet Sue gave you an earful when you got home. to tell someone how angry you are about something they have done
an outpouring of gossip
{i} large amount of unasked for advice or information, gossip; reprimand, scolding
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The external part of the organ of hearing, the auricle
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A police informant

No I'm not kidding, and if you don't give it to me I'll let it out that you’re an ear.

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The fruiting body of a grain plant

He is in the fields, harvesting ears of corn.

give somebody an earful
To shout very loudly at someone

I should've never tried to grind the business' computer system to halt. Firstly I got sacked, and then my boss gave me a right earful.

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{i} part of the body used for hearing; ability to differentiate between musical tones; sense of hearing; good hearing; ear of corn, corncob
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If you say that something goes in one ear and out the other, you mean that someone pays no attention to it, or forgets about it immediately. That rubbish goes in one ear and out the other
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If someone says that they are all ears, they mean that they are ready and eager to listen
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If you are up to your ears in something, it is taking up all of your time, attention, or resources. He was desperate. He was in debt up to his ears
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If you play by ear or play a piece of music by ear, you play music by relying on your memory rather than by reading printed music. Neil played, by ear, the music he'd heard his older sister practicing
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If you keep or have your ear to the ground, you make sure that you find out about the things that people are doing or saying. Jobs in manufacturing are relatively scarce but I keep my ear to the ground
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The ears of a cereal plant such as wheat or barley are the parts at the top of the stem, which contain the seeds or grains
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{f} form the area of a grain plant that includes the grains; plow,cut into the soil with a plow (British); cultivate, prepare the ground for planting, grow crops (British)
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If you have an ear for music or language, you are able to hear its sounds accurately and to interpret them or reproduce them well. Moby certainly has a fine ear for a tune An ear for foreign languages is advantageous
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If someone says that you will be out on your ear, they mean that you will be forced to leave a job, an organization or a place suddenly. We never objected. We'd have been out on our ears looking for another job if we had
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If you lend an ear to someone or their problems, you listen to them carefully and sympathetically. They are always willing to lend an ear and offer what advice they can
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If you play it by ear, you decide what to say or do in a situation by responding to events rather than by following a plan which you have decided on in advance
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If a request falls on deaf ears or if the person to whom the request is made turns a deaf ear to it, they take no notice of it. I hope that our appeals will not fall on deaf ears He has turned a resolutely deaf ear to American demands for action
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Your ears are the two parts of your body, one on each side of your head, with which you hear sounds. He whispered something in her ear I'm having my ears pierced
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Ear is often used to refer to people's willingness to listen to what someone is saying. What would cause the masses to give him a far more sympathetic ear? They had shut their eyes and ears to everything
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{v} to shoot out into ears, plow, till
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{n} the organ of hearing, handle, spike of corn
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A spike or head of corn, wheat, etc
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To plow or till; to cultivate
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estimated average requirement; a nutrient intake value that is estimated to meet the requirement of half of the healthy individuals in a particular life stage and gender group
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fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn
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Same as Acroterium
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The part of an organism that hears Something that corn kernels are a part of
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The US government's Export Administration Regulations, administered by the Bureau of Export Administration These have replaced the earlier ITAR regulations as the controls on export of cryptography
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The sense of hearing; the perception of sounds; the power of discriminating between different tones; as, a nice ear for music; in the singular only
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An incredible hearing mechanism consisting of outer, middle and inner ear segments that cause sound pressures to be picked up by the ear that are transmitted through auditory nerves where signals are interpreted by brain as sound
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To take in with the ears; to hear
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A place where kids store dirt
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a loop of string on the knot that is not a structural part of the knot Ears may be replaced with other knots
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good hearing; "he had a keen ear"; "a good ear for pitch"
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n telinga
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The name given to the finger grip of pressed glass between the shoulder and finish of a ½ gallon, gallon, or other glass jug The ear is used to facilitate holding the jug
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Privilege of being kindly heard; favor; attention
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the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium good hearing; "he had a keen ear"; "a good ear for pitch" attention to what is said; "he tried to get her ear" fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn
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the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium good hearing; "he had a keen ear"; "a good ear for pitch"
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Export Administration Regulations
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To put forth ears in growing; to form ears, as grain; as, this corn ears well
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The organ of hearing, consisting of the pinna, auditory canal, eardrum, malleus, incus, stapes and cochlea
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containing the kernels
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attention to what is said; "he tried to get her ear"
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Export Administration Regulations The rules under which United States government regulates the export of cryptography software in both binary and source form
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hearing loss, hearing disorder, & otitis media
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The spike or head of any cereal as, wheat, rye, barley, Indian corn, etc
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organ of hearing and balance that is divided into: 1 The external ear includes the sound-collecting visible portion (auricle or pinna), the outer ear canal (external auditory meatus), and the outer surface of the eardrum (tympanum) 2 The middle ear includes the inner surface of the eardrum, the ossicular chain (hammer, anvil and stirrup - or malleus, incus, and stapes), the eustachian tube, and the outer surface of the oval and round windows, and the cochlea 3 The inner ear includes the vestibule, the semi-circular canals, the inner surface of the ovaland round windows, and the cochlea
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The organ of hearing; the external ear
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music to your ears: see music wet behind the ears: see wet. To form or grow ears. Organ of hearing and balance. The outer ear directs sound vibrations through the auditory canal to the eardrum, which is stretched across the end of the auditory canal and which transmits sound vibrations to the middle ear. There a chain of three tiny bones conducts the vibrations to the inner ear. Fluid inside the cochlea of the inner ear stimulates sensory hairs; these in turn initiate the nerve impulses that travel along the auditory nerve to the brain. The inner ear is also an organ of balance: the sensation of dizziness that is felt after spinning is caused when fluid inside the inner ear's semicircular canals continues to move and stimulate sensory hairs after the body has come to rest. The eustachian tube connects the middle ear with the nasal passages; that connection allows the common cold to spread from the nasal passages to the middle ear, especially in infants and small children. The most common cause of hearing loss is otosclerosis, a surgically correctable disease in which one of the bones of the middle ear loses its capacity to vibrate. See also deafness, otitis. inner ear labyrinth of the ear Jenkins' Ear War of lamb's ear lamb's ears
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That which resembles in shape or position the ear of an animal; any prominence or projection on an object, usually one for support or attachment; a lug; a handle; as, the ears of a tub, a skillet, or dish
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Same as Crossette
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The organ of hearing, which is divided into three parts: the outer, middle, and inner ear
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Expired air resuscitation A term used for the technique of filling a patient's lungs with air to supply blood to the brain in resuscitation
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Space at the top left and right of the front page on either side of the masthead, often contains small advertisments or other information
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Enterprise ARchive file
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Export Administration Regulations The rules under which the export of cryptographic software from the US is governed
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â Foam earplugs, the most comfortable available, but not as good as wax ones They are little foam cylinders that are rolled up into a thin core which then slowly expands after insertion into the ear canal Like all earplugs, they take two or three nights to get used to From most chemists
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The ears of a boat are outside kneepieces near the bow
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of Bell
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The small projecting stroke attached to the bowl of a lowercase g or the stem of a lowercase r
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the externally visible cartilaginous structure of the external ear
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Organ of hearing and balance that is divided into: The external ear includes the sound-collecting visible portion (auricle or pinna), the outer ear canal (external auditory meatus), and the outer surface of the eardrum (tympanum) The middle ear includes the inner surface of the eardrum, the ossicular chain (hammer, anvil, and stirrup - or malleus, incus, and stapes), the eustachian tube, and the outer surface of the oval and round windows (fenestrae) The inner ear includes the vestibule, the semi-circular canals, the inner surface of the oval and round windows, and the cochlea
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the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium
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A colorless, odorless gas: Oxygen Usage: "He can't breathe give 'im some ear!"
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Environmental Auditing Roundtable Source: US EPA
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To plough
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A triangular button that can be pressed to set another control to the next or previous in sequence Ears are displayed to either side of the control they affect
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The heavy spike of spike-like inflorescence, such as the ear of wheat
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