English to Telugu Meaning of ear - చెవి

Ear :

చెవి, లగ్, వికర్ణ, అధికారంలో, చుక్కాని, కర్ణం, విన్న, ప్రేక్షకుల, ఆడిషన్, ధ్వని, శ్రవణ శక్తి మాపకము, పురాణం, పురాణ, షూట్, మొలకెత్తిన, వినికిడి అవయవం, స్పైకా


చెవిచెవులచివాట్లుearfulsఇయర్ ఫోన్ఇయర్ఫోన్స్చెవులు
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Definitions of ear in English
Noun(1) the sense organ for hearing and equilibrium(2) good hearing(3) the externally visible cartilaginous structure of the external ear(4) attention to what is said(5) fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn
Examples of ear in English
(1) Measurements were conducted at 20Ôö¼ÔûæC at the second leaf of seedlings and at 25Ôö¼ÔûæC at the second leaf above the ear during flowering.(2) "I don't like this├ö├ç┬¬" he muttered as he placed his sensitive ear against the door.(3) Trey listened with a patient ear , only making distance with the receiver when she whined or couldn't make out her blubbering.(4) Sometimes you needed a friendly ear to listen to your troubles and worries and tell you that everything was going to be alright.(5) I had not a good voice nor, I confess it, a very good ear .(6) He loves the English language and has a keen ear for its music.(7) They are offering a sympathetic ear to farmers suffering in the present weather crisis.(8) She offers a sympathetic ear and reassuring guidance.(9) The UK tag will show the flock number followed by the individual animal number and it is recommended that the tag is placed in the left ear of the animal.(10) My mom, being the rich socialite that she was, had an ear for gossip.(11) Tyler stood out even from this group with five earrings on each ear , two eyebrow rings on each eyebrow, four lip rings, and two tongue pierces.(12) ear infection(13) A good sound technician and composer with an instinctive ear for music is vital.(14) she offers a sympathetic ear to worried pet owners(15) The film was written by Laurence Coriat, who has an ear for the sort of unadorned, matter-of-fact dialogue that says a lot by what it leaves out.(16) Within a few days, he completely lost hearing in his left ear .
Related Phrases of ear
(1) ear drops ::
చెవిలో వేసే చుక్కలు
(2) inner ear ::
లోపలి చెవి
(3) ear of corn ::
మొక్కజొన్న యొక్క చెవి
(4) ear infection ::
చెవి సంక్రమణం
(5) play it by ear ::
చెవి ద్వారా ప్లే
(6) middle ear ::
మధ్య చెవి
(7) outer ear ::
బయటి చెవి
(8) play by ear ::
చెవి ద్వారా ప్లే
(9) ear canal ::
చెవి కాలువ
(10) turn a deaf ear ::
పెడచెవిన చెయ్యి
1. inner ear ::
లోపలి చెవి
2. attention ::
3. appreciation ::
4. spike ::
5. pinna ::
Different Forms
ear, eared, earful, earfuls, earphone, earphones, ears
Word Example from TV Shows
I have an ear for accents.

I have an EAR for accents.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6

But what is that
behind your ear?

But what is that behind your EAR?

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 12

...and gets a lot of ear infections.
I gotta get me some of that.

...and gets a lot of EAR infections. I gotta get me some of that."

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 8

from ear to ear.

from EAR to EAR.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 8

Oh, and two years ago
you had a persistent ear infection.

Oh, and two yEARs ago you had a persistent EAR infection.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 3

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