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inner ear

noun [C] uk   us  
the part inside the ear that controls balance and the ability to hear, and contains the cochlea
Translations of “inner ear”
in Chinese (Traditional) 內耳(控制身體平衡和聽力,內有耳蝸)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 内耳(控制身体平衡和听力,包括耳蜗)…
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