Definition of 'listener'
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A good listener, he dispensed wise counsel. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A family lawyer has to be a really good listener - and have incredible energy and staying power. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The listener may feel he or she is talking over coffee with ministry veterans. Christianity Today (2000)You have to be a good listener. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Listeners may want to bring their scissors. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She was a good listener and could not do enough for people. The Sun (2012)Listeners may not have noticed there is a new production team in operation. The Sun (2009) Radio 3 listeners can share the experience when the concert is broadcast tomorrow night. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You need to be patient, unflappable and a good listener. The Sun (2008)They'll love you for being a good listener. The Sun (2013)He was a good listener, affable and funny. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I have a lot of time for him because he is a good listener. The Sun (2012)If you can train yourself to be a sympathetic listener, it may well put your own problems in perspective. Survive the Nine to Five - a woman's guide to working well (1989) Radio 2 listeners have already decided the outcome in a public vote and the winner will be announced on the night. The Sun (2010)The answer is to be honest and admit it - a listener may have more knowledge on a specific topic and call in. The Sun (2016) RADIO listeners can now instantly download songs they like - by pressing a button on their mobiles. The Sun (2008) Radio listeners whose imaginations are gripped by the South Pole are well served this month. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He said: 'Some of our listeners may have been misled. The Sun (2006) Radio 2 listeners have just voted 1967 as the best for pop music for the past half century. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some listeners may wonder about the museum's ambiguous relationship with HSBC. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'listener'
British English: listener /ˈlɪsnə/ NOUN
People who listen to the radio are often referred to as listeners.
I'm a regular listener to her show.
- American English: listener
- Arabic: مُسْتَمِعٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ouvinte
- Chinese: 听众
- Croatian: slušatelj
- Czech: posluchač
- Danish: lytter
- Dutch: luisteraar
- European Spanish: oyente
- Finnish: kuuntelija
- French: auditeur radio
- German: Zuhörer
- Greek: ακροατής
- Italian: ascoltatore
- Japanese: 聞き手
- Korean: 듣는 사람
- Norwegian: lytter
- Polish: słuchacz
- European Portuguese: ouvinte
- Romanian: ascultător
- Russian: слушатель
- Spanish: oyente
- Swedish: lyssnare
- Thai: ผู้ฟัง
- Turkish: dinleyici
- Ukrainian: слухач
- Vietnamese: người nghe
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