Hear - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally (syn: discover, find out, learn, pick up, see)
- examine or hear (evidence or a case) by judicial process (syn: try)
Do you hear that music?
I couldn't hear a word of what he said over all that noise.
I thought I heard him leave.
Would you turn the volume up a little? I can't hear.
I heard her in concert a few years ago.
Have you ever heard Wagner sung in English?
The committee will hear witnesses today.
I hear he's leaving town.
I don't know what happened. I'll let you know if I hear anything.
I've heard it said that smoking is bad for your health.
He is dull of hearing.
He whispered so that I should not hear.
The men shouted and I distinctly heard them through the falling snow.
I wish everyone would shut up, so that we could hear ourselves think.
There was an agreement between us that you should hear me out.
present participle: hearing
past tense: heard
past participle: heard