Prick up one′s ear
“No!” he ripped the earpiece from his ear . “I hear nothing!”
Set a receiver to the ear
Lay an ear to the door.
The whip swished past his ear .
Portable pneumatic extinguishers Measurement of airborne noise at the operator′s ear
Keep away from him because he′ll bend your ear for hours if given the chance.
No, I can′t turn a deaf ear to his advice.
The ear is offended by discords.
Bend sb′s ear :talk boringly and at length to someone
Any of the hairs growing at the entrance to the meatus of the external ear .
An offense to the ear
A body opening or passage,such as the opening of the ear or the urethral canal.
A writer with a good ear for dialogue;has an ear for foreign languages.
Turned a deaf ear to the protests.
an exquisite ear for music
A small opening,especially either of two windowlike apertures in the medial wall of the middle ear .
The soft,fleshy,pendulous lower part of the external ear .
The function of the ear is to listen.
The vestibule to the ear .
The ear is an external organ.
Pain in the ear ;otalgia.
In-ear cell phone
The projection of skin-covered cartilage in front of the meatus of the external ear .
An earphone,especially one that fits into the ear .
Either of a pair of ear coverings often attached to an adjustable headband and worn to protect the ears especially against the cold.
Pain in the ear ;earache.
Shaped like an ear or an earlobe;having earlike parts or extensions.
expanded area ratio=developed area (缩写:ear)
electronic aural responder (缩写:ear)
expired air resuscitation (缩写:ear)
erection all risks (缩写:ear)
1.A head of maize.
‘Virgo has been depicted as a winged maiden holding a palm branch in her left hand and an _ear_ of corn in her right.’
‘By sticking an _ear_ of dried corn on top, he lured squirrels to charge up the board and then spin around for a dizzying ride.’
2.An ability to recognize, appreciate, and reproduce sounds, especially music or language.
‘an _ear_ for rhythm and melody’
‘He loves the English language and has a keen _ear_ for its music.’
3.An organ sensitive to sound in other animals.
‘In many ways, the cetacean _ear_ is radically different from the _ear_ of terrestrial mammals.’
‘The very sad-looking pooch with one blue eye and one floppy _ear_ on the story lead page is our beloved Luna.’
4.The organ of hearing and balance in humans and other vertebrates, especially the external part of this.
‘Within a few days, he completely lost hearing in his left _ear_ .’
‘Tyler stood out even from this group with five earrings on each _ear_ , two eyebrow rings on each eyebrow, four lip rings, and two tongue pierces.’
5.The seed-bearing head or spike of a cereal plant.
‘There was no significant difference in grain number per _ear_ observed in unstressed plants of mutants.’
‘The number of nodes on the most apical branch, which is an _ear_ in normal plants, was counted.’
6.Used to refer to a person's willingness to listen to others.
‘she offers a sympathetic _ear_ to worried pet owners’
‘She listened with an eager _ear_ , thirsty for knowledge of a life better than her own.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。