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Meaning of “earshot” - Learner’s Dictionary

earshot

noun     /ˈɪəʃɒt/
be out of/within earshot If you are out of earshot, you are too far away to hear something, and if you are within earshot, you are close enough to hear something: As soon as she was out of earshot, they started talking again.Using the ears
Translations of “earshot”
in Chinese (Traditional) 聽力可及的範圍, 可聽距離…
in Chinese (Simplified) 听力可及的范围, 可听距离…
(Definition of earshot from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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