hear

英 [hɪə] 美 [hɪr]
  • vt. 听到,听;听说;审理
  • vi. 听;听见
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ear 耳朵——hear听(通过耳朵听)
hear 听到,听见

来自PIE*kous,听,倾听,来自*ak-ous,*ak,尖的,敏税,词源同acid,acumen,*ous,听,感知,词源同ear,auricle,audit.

hear
hear: [OE] The prehistoric Germanic verb for ‘hear’ was *khauzjan, which produced German hören, Dutch hooren, Swedish höra, Danish høre, and English hear. Some etymologists have suggested links with Greek akoúein ‘hear’ (source of English acoustic), and also with Latin cavēre ‘beware’ and Russian chuvstvovat’ ‘feel, perceive’, but these have not been conclusively demonstrated.
hear (v.)
Old English heran (Anglian), (ge)hieran, hyran (West Saxon) "to hear, perceive by the ear, listen (to), obey, follow; accede to, grant; judge," from Proto-Germanic *hauzjan (cognates: Old Norse heyra, Old Frisian hora, Dutch horen, German hören, Gothic hausjan), from PIE *kous- "to hear" (see acoustic). The shift from *-z- to -r- is a regular feature in some Germanic languages.

For the vowels, see head (n.); spelling distinction between hear and here developed 1200-1550. Meaning "be told, learn by report" is from early 14c. Old English also had the excellent adjective hiersum "ready to hear, obedient," literally "hear-some" with suffix from handsome, etc. Hear, hear! (1680s) originally was imperative, an exclamation to call attention to a speaker's words ("hear him!"); now a general cheer of approval. To not hear of "have nothing to do with" is from 1754.
1. "I'm afraid he's ill." — "I'm sorry to hear that."
“恐怕他生病了。”——“真是遗憾。”

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2. She could hear his ragged breathing, as if he had been running.
她能听到他不均匀的呼吸声,似乎他是跑着过来的。

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3. "I think I hear the telephone ringing."—"Okay, I can take a hint."
“我想我听到电话铃在响。”——“好的,我明白你的意思了。”

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4. He picked up the phone expecting to hear the chairman's gruff voice.
他拿起电话,心想会听到主席粗哑的嗓音。

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5. From what I hear, half the campus is lusting after her.
从我听到的来看,半个学校的人都想和她上床。

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