Spanish English Dictionary

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oído in English:

1. ear ear


If we were supposed to talk more than listen, we would have been given two mouths and one ear.
I tried explaining the algebra homework to him, but it just went in one ear and out the other.
Tom pressed his ear against the wall to see if he could hear what his parents were discussing in the next room.
David has a keen interest in aesthetics — the qualities that make a painting, sculpture, musical composition, or poem pleasing to the eye, ear, or mind.
the hearing organ
What Alice, waiting for a reply, was faced with was a sudden howl. It was a resounding noise, sharp as to burst her ear drums, loud as to reach unto the heavens.
You cannot make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
Once, when I went to my friend Kawai's house, he fired a pistol. He thought it was not loaded and pointed it at my mouth, but it was and the bullet grazed my ear before hitting the closet.
The best ear training is tuning a piano or harpsichord.
Mrs Tanaka's characteristic curly hair was sticking up behind her ear.
I met an ear nose and throat doctor at a party on Sunday.
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Don't be slopping about with him. You'd better give him a thick ear.
He handled things wonderfully, playing it by ear the whole way. I have to say he did an excellent job.
But words are words; I never yet did hear. That the bruised heart was pierced through the ear.

English word "oído"(ear) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Tommy" (Joseph Hocking)
Fichas del libro - "Over Here" (Edgar A. Guest)
Fichas del libro - "My Man Sandy" (J. B. Salmond)
Fichas del libro - "Trilby" (George Du Maurier)
Fichas del libro - "L'Aiglon" (Edmond Rostand)

2. heard heard


I heard some voices.
He had heard that war had started, but it didn't sink in for a long time until his father was drafted into the army.
Children should be seen and not heard.
I've heard it said that it's harder to please a woman than to please a man. I wonder if that's true.
Our new product has received a lot of attention from all who have heard about it.
I've heard that you don't eat green leafy vegetables. You say that it is food for animals.
I've heard that Tom can cook as well as, or better than, his wife.
They sat in the front row of the concert hall and heard the orchestra clearly.
The worried housewife heard the telephone ring and quickly picked up the receiver.
A blanket of silence fell over everyone when they heard the disappointing announcement.
I've heard research has found that men are more likely to tell lies than women.
Because the voices of protest grew louder and louder, his speech couldn't be heard.
Americans liked what they heard from Franklin Roosevelt.
I asked many people about the store, but no one had heard of it.
I've heard about it. Your parents disappeared, running out on their debt didn't they?

English word "oído"(heard) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Mothers to Men" (Zona Gale)
Fichas del libro - "A Window in Thrums" (J. M. Bar...
Fichas del libro - "Girls of the Forest" (L. T. Me...
Fichas del libro - "Lausanne" (Francis Henry Gribble)
Fichas del libro - "Friendly Fairies" (Johnny Grue...