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Definition of 'lend an ear'

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Example sentences containing 'lend an ear'

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You never know when they may be able to lend an ear (or dollar). Times, Sunday Times (2008)The volunteers' task this holiday season is to lend an ear, which so often becomes a lifeline, to the lonely. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This is an exceptional album and anyone who thought the great age of the torch singer was long over should lend an ear. Times, Sunday Times (2009)

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Definition of lend an ear from the Collins English Dictionary
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