Definition of 'eardrum'
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The phone came down so hard that I nearly burst an eardrum. WHISTLER IN THE DARK (1993)It's not what you think I'm with a friend, nothing...' She was shouting into the mouthpiece, her voice crashing against his eardrum. CORMORANT (1993)
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Translations for 'eardrum'
British English: eardrum /ˈɪəˌdrʌm/ NOUN
Your eardrums are the thin pieces of tightly stretched skin inside each ear, which vibrate when sound waves reach them.
The blast burst his eardrum.
- American English: eardrum
- Arabic: طَبْلَةُ الُأذُن
- Brazilian Portuguese: tímpano
- Chinese: 耳膜
- Croatian: bubnjić
- Czech: bubínek ušní
- Danish: trommehinde
- Dutch: trommelvlies
- European Spanish: tímpano
- Finnish: tärykalvo
- French: tympan
- German: Trommelfell
- Greek: τύμπανο του αφτιού
- Italian: timpano
- Japanese: 鼓膜
- Korean: 고막
- Norwegian: trommehinne
- Polish: błona bębenkowa
- European Portuguese: tímpano
- Romanian: timpan
- Russian: барабанная перепонка
- Spanish: tímpano
- Swedish: trumhinna
- Thai: เยื่อแก้วหู
- Turkish: kulak zarı
- Ukrainian: барабанна перетинка
- Vietnamese: màng nhĩ
Definition of eardrum from the Collins English Dictionary
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