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listen

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈlɪsən/
HEAR A1 to give attention to someone or something in order to hear them
слушать
What kind of music do you listen to? She does all the talking - I just sit and listen. You haven't listened to a word I've said. Listen, if you need money, I'm happy to lend you some.Using the ears
TAKE ADVICE B1 to accept someone's advice
слушаться, прислушиваться (к совету)
I told you she wouldn't like it but you wouldn't listen to me!Admitting and confessing
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 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 Japanese (人)が(耳を傾けて)聞く, (人)が忠告に従う…
in Indonesian mendengarkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 听,倾听…
(Definition of listen from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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