hearing

英 ['hɪərɪŋ] 美 ['hɪrɪŋ]
  • n. 听力;审讯,听讯
  • v. 听见(hear的ing形式)
  • n. (Hearing)人名;(英)希尔林
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hearing (n.)
early 13c., "perception of sound by ear, action of listening," verbal noun from hear (v.). Meaning "a listening to evidence in a court of law" is from 1570s. Hearing-aid is from 1908.
1. He will now face a disciplinary hearing for having an affair.
他因有外遇而要面临纪律听证会的裁决。

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2. In the dark my sense of hearing becomes so acute.
黑暗中我的听觉变得异常灵敏。

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3. I kept hearing the sound of applause in the background.
我不断听到隐约的鼓掌声。

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4. The remand hearing is often over in three minutes.
取保候审听证会通常在3分钟内结束。

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5. Weber gave a fair hearing to anyone who held a different opinion.
韦伯让持不同意见的人都能有机会发表意见。

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