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hear from sb

phrasal verb with hear uk   /hɪər/ us   /hɪr/ verb heard, heard
B1 If you hear from someone, you get a letter, email, or phone call from that person, or that person tells you something: We haven't heard from her for ages. You'll be hearing from my solicitors (= they will write to you about my complaint).

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