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"I'm afraid he's ill." — "I'm sorry to hear that."
She could hear his ragged breathing, as if he had been running.
"I think I hear the telephone ringing."—"Okay, I can take a hint."
They want the world to hear Somalia's stories.
Let's hear what Shawn is looking forward to.
You can hear every word, every brilliant detail.
I'm not hearing as well as I used to.
None are so deaf as those who will not hear.
He hears badly in one ear and not in the other.
VERB 听见;听到 When you hear a sound, you become aware of it through your ears.
V n V n inf V n -ing V
She heard no further sounds...
The trumpet can be heard all over their house...
They heard the protesters shout:'No more fascism!'...
And then we heard the bells ringing out...
I'm not hearing properly.
VERB 听，聆听（演讲、音乐等） If you hear something such as a lecture or a piece of music, you listen to it.
V n V n -ing V n -ed Also V n inf
You can hear commentary on the match in about half an hour's time...
I don't think you've ever heard Doris talking about her emotional life before...
I'd love to hear it played by a professional orchestra.
VERB 脑际响起 If you say that you can hear someone saying something, you mean that you are able to imagine hearing it.
V n V n inf no cont
Can't you just hear John Motson now?...
'I was hot,' I could still hear Charlotte say with her delicious French accent.
VERB （法官或法庭）审理（案件），听取（证词） When a judge or a court of law hears a case, or evidence in a case, they listen to it officially in order to make a decision about it.
V n FORMAL 正式
The jury have heard evidence from defence witnesses...
He had to wait months before his case was heard.
VERB 接到…的信（或电话） If you hear from someone, you receive a letter or telephone call from them.
Drop us a line, it's always great to hear from you...
The police are anxious to hear from anyone who may know her.
VERB （辩论或讨论中）倾听（意见或情况） In a debate or discussion, if you hear from someone, you listen to them giving their opinion or information.
What are you hearing from people there?
VERB 听说;得知;了解到 If you hear some news or information about something, you find out about it by someone telling you, or from the radio or television.
My mother heard of this school through Leslie...
...the rumours I've been hearing about for years...
He had heard that the trophy had been sold...
I had waited to hear the result...
Have you heard anything of the other Englishman?
VERB 听说（过…）;（对…）有一点了解 If you have heard of something or someone, you know about them, but not in great detail.
Many people haven't heard of reflexology.
...people who, maybe, had hardly heard the word till a year or two ago.
Do not confuse hear and listen. You use hear to talk about sounds that you are aware of because they reach your ears. You often use can with hear. I can hear him yelling and swearing. If you want to say that someone is paying attention to something they can hear, you say that they are listening to it. He turned on the radio and listened to the news. Note that listen is not followed directly by an object. You must always say that you listen to something. However, listen can also be used on its own without an object. I was laughing too much to listen.
不要混淆 hear 和 listen。hear 表示听见已经传到耳朵里的声音，经常与 can 连用。如：I can hear him yelling and swearing（我能听见他在大叫大骂）。短语 listen to 表示认真仔细地听，如：He turned on the radio and listened to the news（他打开收音机收听新闻）。要注意，listen 后面不能直接跟宾语，中间必须加介词 to。但 listen 也可单独使用，后面不跟宾语，如：I was laughing too much to listen（我当时笑得太厉害，根本没在听）。
PHRASE 已经知道;早就听说过 If you say that you have heard something before, you mean that you are not interested in it, or do not believe it, or are not surprised about it, because you already know about it or have experienced it.
Furness shrugs wearily. He has heard it all before...
'How many times have I heard that before?' Merchant complained angrily.
CONVENTION “听见没有？”“你听到我的话了吗？”（要求对方注意听自己的话） If you say 'Do you hear?' or 'Did you hear me?' to someone, you are telling them in an angry or forceful way to pay attention to what you are saying.
If you don't get out I'll call the police. Do you hear?...
Leave her alone! Do you hear me?
CONVENTION 说得对！说得好！（政治辩论或公众大会上对讲话人表示赞同的喝彩声） During political debates and public meetings, people sometimes say 'Hear hear!' to express their agreement with what the speaker is saying.
formulae BRIT 英 FORMAL 正式
PHRASE 太吵了;吵死人了 If you say that you can't hear yourself think, you are complaining and emphasizing that there is a lot of noise, and that it is disturbing you or preventing you from doing something.
usu with brd-neg emphasis INFORMAL 非正式
For God's sake shut up. I can't hear myself think!...
If you're sitting in the front yard, you can't hear yourself think because the traffic is getting very, very bad.
PHRASE 不同意;不允许 If you say that you won't hear of someone doing something, you mean that you refuse to let them do it.
I've always wanted to be an actor but Dad wouldn't hear of it...
He even thought about moving from the village. But his friends wouldn't hear of it.
vt. & vi.
The deaf do not hear at all.
I hear the door open.
I often hear him singing.
I heard my name called.
We've heard that you would graduate soon.
Have you heard why she did so?
1. perceive (sound) via the auditory sense
2. get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally;
- " "I learned that she has two grown-up children" "
- " "I see that you have been promoted" "
3. examine or hear (evidence or a case) by judicial process;
- " "The jury had heard all the evidence" "
- " "The case will be tried in California" "
4. receive a communication from someone;
- " "We heard nothing from our son for five years" "
5. listen and pay attention;
- " "Listen to your father" "
- " "We must hear the expert before we make a decision" "
To get a letter, telephone call, or transmitted communication from. 收到…的来信、电话或传达来的信息
To be reprimanded by 受到批评
If you don't do your homework, you're going to hear from me.
be hearing things
be unable to hear oneself think
(informal)used to complain about very loud noise or music (非正式)［用于抱怨噪声或音乐声太大］吵得要死
I hate bars where you can't hear yourself think.
used to express one's wholehearted agreement, especially with something said in a speech ［用于表示衷心同意某人所说的话］听啊！听啊！
hear say (或 tell) of (或 that)
be informed of or that 听说得知；了解到
I heard tell that he went out west.
Used to express approval. 用于表示同意或赞赏
Old English hīeran, hēran, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch hooren and German hören