What is another word for hearing?

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Noun
The area or distance within which something can be heard
“No one ever made fun of my sister, at least within my hearing, again.”
Noun
An act of listening to evidence in a court of law or before an official, especially a trial before a judge without a jury
“In the case of a continuing wrong done to him a prisoner could expect that a hearing in judicial review proceedings could be obtained with little delay.”
Noun
The faculty of perceiving sounds
“Although suffering from poor vision, its sense of hearing and smell is acute and of primary importance in locating food.”
Noun
The act by which something is heard
“We have got to work together as a Senate to give this qualified nominee a dignified hearing and a fair up-or-down vote.”
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A formal question submitted to opposing party to answer, generally governed by court rule
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A formal examination of evidence by a judge, typically before a jury, in order to decide guilt in a case of criminal or civil proceedings
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A meeting of an official body to conduct its business
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A meeting with an expert, such as a medical doctor, in order to seek advice
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Scope of operation
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A state of consciousness or knowledge of something
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Legal proceedings
Verb
Discerning what somebody is saying
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Present participle for to perceive through the act of hearing
“I would hear voices whispering in and out of sleep, almost as though I were in a spiritual realm.”
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Present participle for to be told or informed of
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“I suspect we will hear more details concerning the incident as they unfold.”
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(law) Present participle for to listen to and judge (a case or plaintiff)
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“Three appeal court judges will hear the case as he launches his defense against the charges.”
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Present participle for to pay attention to a sound or speech
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Present participle for to learn from information given
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(archaic) Present participle for to pay attention to
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(with object and adverbial) Present participle for to react or respond to something in a particular way
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Trying out
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Present participle for to allow something to exist or happen, even although one does not approve of it
Adjective
Of, or relating to hearing, or to the sense or organs of hearing
Types of
Types of senses
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