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hard of hearing

adjective
 
/ˌhɑːd əv ˈhɪə·rɪŋ/
not able to hear well
dur d’orella
My father is quite old now and he’s increasingly hard of hearing.
Translations of “hard of hearing”
in Korean 귀가 어두운…
in Arabic ضَعيف السمع…
in Portuguese com deficiências auditivas…
in Japanese 耳が遠い, 耳がよく聞こえない…
in Italian non udente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聽力不佳的, 耳背的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 听力不佳的, 耳背的…
(Definition of hard of hearing from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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