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Meaning of “ear” - Learner’s Dictionary

ear

noun     /ɪər/
BODY PART [C]
A1 one of the two organs on your head that you hear with: The child whispered something in her mother's ear. The head and face
PLANT [C]
the top part of some crop plants, which produces grain: an ear of wheat/cornParts of plantsCereals
have an ear for sth
to be good at hearing, repeating, or understanding a particular type of sound: He has no ear for music.Skilled, talented and ablePlaying musicSinging in general
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