Hear [verb]

Definition of Hear:

detect by perceiving sound

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Sentence/Example of Hear:

It feels like all season, you’ve heard over and over that the Clippers had a championship-caliber roster, and the franchise itself was not shy about confirming that.

There have been, like, two or three from what I’ve heard, but I haven’t seen it.

Secular people have values too, she said, and hearing politicians and parties speak to those values can motivate them to get more politically involved.

That’s because you’ll be hearing from us on Thursdays, starting today.

A Pew Research Center survey released this week found that 47 percent of Americans had heard of the theory, up from just 23 percent in March.

We want to hear from you about any problems you’re experiencing or witnessing in the voting process.

This week, Measure C supporters cheered the Supreme Court decision not to hear the San Francisco case.

To hear Century 21 Stores tell it, the New York retailer should have survived the pandemic because it had business interruption insurance.

We haven’t heard from Keith and Vince, but they often spent Labor Day weekend on the road in their RV, and we hope that’s the case.

Liszt looked at it, and to her fright and dismay cried out in a fit of impatience, "No, I won't hear it!"