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listen

verb
 
/ˈlɪs·ən/
A1 to give attention to someone or something in order to hear them
(人)が(耳を傾けて)聞く
I listen to the radio while I have breakfast. She does all the talking – I just sit and listen. Listen, if you need money, I can give you some.
B1 to pay attention to what someone tells you and accept what they say
(人)が忠告に従う
Why didn’t you listen to me when I told you to be careful?
Translations of “listen”
in Arabic يَسْتَمِع إلى…
in Korean 듣다…
in Malaysian dengar, mendengar nasihat…
in French écouter…
in Turkish dinlemek, söz dilemek, kulak vermek…
in Italian ascoltare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聽,傾聽…
in Russian слушать, слушаться, прислушиваться (к совету)…
in Polish słuchać…
in Vietnamese lắng nghe, nghe theo…
in Spanish escuchar…
in Portuguese escutar…
in Thai ฟัง, เชื่อฟัง…
in German zuhören, hören…
in Catalan escoltar…
in Indonesian mendengarkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 听,倾听…
(Definition of listen from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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