stone-deaf Definition in Cambridge British English Dictionary
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stone-deafadjective

uk   /ˌstəʊnˈdef/  us   /ˌstoʊn-/
completely unable to hear anything: She has been stone-deaf since birth.
Translations of “stone-deaf”
in Chinese (Traditional) 全聾的,失聰的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全聋的,失聪的…
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