Italian translation of heard
past tense of verb, past participle of verb
- of hear
Example Sentences Including 'heard'
He seemed stunned that the Princess Adrina had even heard of him, let alone wanted him to design her trousseau.TREASON KEEP (2001)
She laughed again, a rich, throaty laugh that Tarja had not heard from her in a very long time.TREASON KEEP (2001)
I should imagine half the State Department had never heard of him till the President submitted his name.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
Trends of 'heard'
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Word forms: past tense past participle heard (hɜːd)
I can't hear you
- (be informed of, piece of news)
- (news on radio, TV)
- (law, case)
non ti sentocan you hear me?
mi senti?I could hardly make myself heard
facevo fatica a farmi sentireI didn't hear anything
non ho sentito nienteI hear you've lost your watch
ho saputo che hai perso l'orologioto hear him speak you'd think ...
a sentirlo parlare si direbbe che...have you heard the one about the Irishman who ...
la sai quella dell'irlandese che...
she can't hear very well
- (get news)
non sente molto beneto hear about
sentire parlare di(have news of)
avere notizie diI heard about her from her mother
ho avuto sue notizie tramite sua madredid you hear about the move?
hai saputo del trasloco?to hear from sb
ricevere notizie da qnshe was never heard of again
non se ne seppe più nullaI've never heard of that book
non ho mai sentito parlare di quel libroI've never heard of such a thing
non ho mai sentito una cosa simileI won't hear of it (allow)
non ne voglio proprio sapereI won't hear of you paying for this
non è proprio il caso che tu paghihear! hear! (bravo)
- See hear out
Example Sentences Including 'hear'
I could hear him climbing the stairs, two or three at a time.THE EXECUTION (2002)
You can send back a finger from his brother's hand each time you hear from me.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Perhaps even Prince Cratyn or King Jasnoff would want to hear his information.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Translation of heard from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary
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