ear英 [ɪə(r)]美 [ɪr]
be all ears
bring something (down) about one's ears
she brought her world crashing about her ears.
one's ears are burning
grin (或 smile) from ear to ear
have something coming out of one's ears
that man's患上疗癫痫时有什么危害 got money coming out of his ears.
have someone's ear
he claimed to have the prime minister's ear.
have (或 keep) an ear to the ground
in (at) one ear and out (at) the other
whatever he tells me seems to go in one ear and out the other.
listen with half an ear
be out on one's ear
up to one's ears in
I'm up to my ears in work here.
If you want to tell your story, we're all ears.
give an ear 或 lend an ear
have an ear to the ground 或 keep an ear to the ground
1. Her ear, shoulder and hip are in a straight line.
2. Simon finished dialing and clamped the phone to his ear.
3. She sat on Rossi's knee as he whispered in her ear.石家庄癫痫诊疗医院在哪
4. Build her up with kindness and a sympathetic ear.
5. Hearing can be affected by ear wax blocking the ear canal.
6. Brand's keen ear caught the trace of an accent.
7. She dabbed a drop of the musky perfume behind each ear.
8. He has turned a resolutely deaf ear to American demands for action.
9. Zita was herself unconventional, keeping a safety-pin stuck through her earlobe.
10. Ear pain of any kind must never be ignored.
11. The treatment involves the placement of twenty-two electrodes in the innerear.
12. The woman prodded her neighbour and whispered urgently in his ear.
13. That rubbish goes in one ear and out the other.
14. John found he was kissing and nibbling her ear.
15. Neil played, by ear, the music he'd heard his older sister practicing.