ear englannista suomeksi
The external part of the organ of hearing, the auricle.
1976, Stirling Silliphant, Dean Riesner, Gail Morgan Hickman, ''Enforcer (1976 movie)|The Enforcer''.
- ''No I'm not kidding, and if you don't give it to me I'll let it out that you’re an ear.''
The sense of hearing; the perception of sounds; skill or good taste in listening to music.
(RQ:Tennyson In Memoriam)not all ungrateful to thine ear
The privilege of being kindly heard; favour; attention.
(RQ:Bacon Apophthegmes)would give no ear to his suit.
(RQ:Shakespeare Julius Caesar)
2006, Richard Weiner, Charles M. Levine, ''The Skinny about Best Boys, Dollies, Green Rooms, Leads, and Other Media Lingo'' (page 26)
- In journalism, ears flank the title as boxes in the left and right top corners of a publication (generally a newspaper).
To take in with the ears; to hear.
(RQ:Fletcher Shakespeare Two Noble Kinsmen)
(quote-book)| page=40| passage=Sometimes, the helper eared the horse down; and sometimes he used a blindfold.
(senseid) The fruiting body of a grain plant.
''He is in the fields, harvesting ears of corn.''
To put forth ears in growing; to form ears, as grain does.
(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)
(RQ:King James Version)
(alternative form of)
ear (of corn)