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ear / CL: 隻|只, 個|个, 對|对 / handle (on a cup)
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HSK 5
headphones / earphones / telephone receiver
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ear / handle (archaeology) / and that is all (Classical Chinese)
Turkey
Malta
earplug / earphone
Turkish (language)
edible tree fungus / CL:
headphones / earphones
sweet-sounding / beautiful (of sound)
headphones
ear-piercing
stud earring
a slap on the face / CL: 記|记
what's frequently heard can be repeated in detail (idiom)
a pleasant change / a breath of fresh air / refreshing
to whisper in sb's ear / a whisper
white fungus (Tremella fuciformis) / silver tree-ear fungus
tinnitus
earmuffs
(of sound) to never stop / to fall incessantly on the ear / to linger on
(men) sideburns / (women) lengths of hair that hang down over the temples
joule (loanword)
deaf
a Turk / Turkish person
Siberian cocklebur (botany)
middle ear
base of the ear / ear / (Buddhism) sense of hearing
to approach sb's ear (to whisper)
lit. wind past your ear / fig. sth you don't pay much attention to / in one ear and out the other
the walls have ears (idiom)
earlobe
to bend an ear (to) / to listen
earwax / cerumen
lit. like thunder piercing the ear / a well-known reputation (idiom)
to refuse to listen
outer ear / auricle / pinna
ear-splitting (idiom); deafening
to hear of / to hear about
tab (of a web browser)
lit. the eyes watch six roads and the ears listen in all directions / to be observant and alert (idiom)
porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) / blue-ear swine fever
to block one's ears and not listen (idiom); to turn a deaf ear
eardrum / tympanum (of the middle ear) / tympanic membrane
whispering in sb's ear
flushed with anger (or excitement)
lit. to cover one's ears whilst stealing a bell / to deceive oneself / to bury one's head in the sand (idiom)
to prick up one's ears / to strain to hear sth
to listen with respectful attention / (a polite request to sb to speak) / we are all ears
to whisper to one another's ear
to slap on the face / to box sb's ears
ear thermometer
bowed head and ears glued (idiom); docile and obedient / at sb's beck and call
robust and prosperous (a compliment in former times) / fat person (modern)
snow fungus (Tremella fuciformis) / white fungus
cochlea
earmuff / CL:
lit. wind past your ear / fig. sth you don't pay much attention to / in one ear and out the other
earache
sb with preternaturally good hearing (in fiction) / fig. a well-informed person
Take what you hear to be false, only believe it when you see it (idiom). Don't believe what people tell you until you see if for yourself. / It ain't necessarily so.
pleasing to the ear
Nie Er (1912-1935), musician and composer of the PRC national anthem March of the Volunteer Army 義勇軍進行曲|义勇军进行曲
handle (on a pot)
ears
eyes and ears / sb's attention or notice / information / knowledge / spies
Ear Care Day (March 3)
loyal advice jars on the ears (idiom)
(coll.) a slap on one's face / a cuff
turquoise (gemstone) (loanword)
unpleasant to hear / grates on the ear (of home truths)
words still ringing in one's ears (idiom)
to tweak one's ears and scratch one's cheeks (as an expression of anxiety, delight, frustration etc) (idiom)
to be hearing impaired
Boyle (name) / Robert Boyle (1627-91), British and Irish scientist and pioneer chemist
Germanic language
Scottish Fold
with one's own ears
ear-splitting
lit. to treat (what sb says) as wind past your ear / fig. to completely disregard
to pay no attention to outside matters
lit. ears pure and peaceful (idiom) / to stay away from the filth and unrest of the world
auriculotherapy (ear acupuncture)
to fool people (idiom) / to pull the wool over people's eyes
cochlear implant
turquoise (gemstone) (loanword)
outer ear
lit. to treat (what sb says) as wind past your ear / fig. to completely disregard
earpick / curette
credulous
inner ear
otogenic
(dialect) henpecked / to be under one's wife's thumb
to prick up one's ear / to listen attentively
jug ears / jug-eared
to witness personally
lit. heads rubbing together (idiom) / fig. very close relationship
to give sincere advice (idiom) / to exhort earnestly
outer ear / auricle / pinna

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