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  1. hear

    • IPA[hɪə]

    英式

    • v.
      perceive with the ear the sound made by (someone or something);listen or pay attention to
    • verb: hear, 3rd person present: hears, gerund or present participle: hearing, past tense: heard, past participle: heard

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. perceive with the ear the sound made by (someone or something):

      behind her she could hear men's voices

      she had never been heard to complain

    • 2. listen or pay attention to:

      she just doesn't hear what I'm telling her

    • 3. listen to all that someone has to say:

      Joseph gravely heard them out but never offered advice

    • 4. listen to and judge (a case or plaintiff):

      an all-woman jury heard the case

    • 5. listen to and grant (a prayer):

      our Heavenly Father has heard our prayers

    • 6. be told or informed of:

      have you heard the news?

      they heard that I had moved

    • 7. be aware of; know of the existence of:

      nobody had ever heard of my college

    • 8. be contacted by (someone), especially by letter or telephone:

      if you would like to join the committee, we would love to hear from you

    • 9. will or would not allow or agree to:

      I won't hear of such idiocy

    • ph. attend a celebration of the Mass without taking communion (especially as the former usual practice of lay Catholics)

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    • ph. used to express one's wholehearted agreement with something said, especially in a speech

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    • ph. used to express one's wholehearted agreement with something said, especially in a speech

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    • v. hear (something) without being completely aware of it or without being able to make it out fully:

    • if you happened to half-hear the song over the faint sound system, you might think you've heard it before

      half-heard conversations

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    • v. hear (something) without being completely aware of it or without being able to make it out fully:

    • if you happened to half-hear the song over the faint sound system, you might think you've heard it before

      half-heard conversations

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    • ph. be told that

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    • ph. be told about

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    • ph. be told that

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    • IPA[hir]

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    • v.
      perceive with the ear the sound made by (someone or something):
    • behind her she could hear men's voices

      she had never been heard to complain

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  2. 知識+

    • heard that和 herad of的用法

      ...聽到] 但是其中還是有些許的差別 就文法上解釋 *heard that 子句 that在裡面的功能就是要引導後面的子句...但是其實意思都是:瑪麗聽說他很會跳舞。 *I [heard that] Shelly had her first...

    • hear、know.....等英文問題

      1. heard about/of 聽說 聽到 很多時候都已經通用 字典也是這樣寫 如果要分大概就像這樣 heard of + 實體存在的人或物 (you hear of something you learn that it exists.) ...

    • hear的過去式

      hear過去式 感官動詞 hear 接受詞 再接動詞時 動詞可 原形 現在分詞 過去分詞...door. [shutting 為現在分詞 表.進行] ....I heard the door opened [opened 過去分詞表被動 ]