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English definition of “hear from sb”

hear from sb

phrasal verb with hear
 
 
/hɪər/ verb (past tense and past participle heard)
B1 to receive a letter, telephone call, or other message from someone: Have you heard from Sue recently?Communicating and keeping in touch
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