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N-COUNT 耳；耳朵 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.
N-SING 辨音力;灵敏的听力 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.
N-COUNT 倾听 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.
N-COUNT （谷类作物的）穗 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.
PHRASE . 洗耳恭听;全神贯注地听 If someone says that they are all ears, they mean that they are ready and eager to listen
PHRASE （尤指让人恼火地）缠住…喋喋不休 If you say that someone is bending your ear about something, you mean that they keep talking to you about it because they think it is important; used especially when you are irritated by this.
He was fed up with people bending his ear about staying on at school.
PHRASE （作为惩戒）打（孩子）的一侧头 If someone boxes a child's ears, they hit them on the side of their head as a punishment.
PHRASE (要求)未被理睬，不被听取/(某人对要求)不予理睬，充耳不闻 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.
PHRASE 关注事态；注意动向 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.
PHRASE 心不在焉;似听非听 If you listen to something or someone with only half an ear, you do not give your full attention to what is being said.
PHRASE (认真而同情地)倾听 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.
PHRASE 左耳进，右耳出;听过即忘 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.
PHRASE 突然被解雇;突然被赶走 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.
PHRASE （不看乐谱而）凭记忆演奏(乐曲) 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.
PHRASE 见机行事;随机应变 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.
PHRASE 深陷于;深深卷入；埋头于 If you are up to your ears in something, it is taking up all of your time, attention, or resources.
'Why don't you come with me?' — 'I can't. I'm up to my ears in reports.'...
He was desperate. He was in debt up to his ears.