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Turkish translation of “hear”

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hear

verb
 
 
/hɪər/ ( past tense and past participle heard)
SOUND [I, T] A1 to be aware of a sound through your ears
işitmek
I could hear his voice in the distance. I can't hear - can you turn the sound up?Using the ears
INFORMATION [I, T] B1 to be told some information
duymak, öğrenmek, haberi olmak
When did you first hear about this? Have you heard the news? Jane's back. [+ (that)] I hear that you're leaving.Finding and discovering
LAW [T] If a judge hears a case, they listen to it in a law court, to decide if someone is guilty or not.
(mahkeme) dinlemek
Taking legal action
will not hear of sth If someone will not hear of something, they will not allow it.
...ı/i kabul etmemek; ...a/e izin vermemek/müsaade etmemek
I wanted to pay for her meal but she wouldn't hear of it.Refusing and rejecting
(Definition of hear from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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