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out of earshot

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  • out of earshot — phrase too far away for you to hear Thesaurus: not clear to the sensessynonym not near and difficult to reachsynonym senses and using the senseshyponym Main entry: earshot …   Useful english dictionary

  • out of earshot —    When someone is out of earshot, they are too far away to hear or to be heard.     They waited until Tess was out of earshot before discussing her surprise birthday party …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • out of earshot — too far away to be heard …   English contemporary dictionary

  • out of earshot — too far away for you to hear …   English dictionary

  • out of earshot (of somebody) — out of ˈearshot (of sb/sth) idiom too far away to hear sb/sth or to be heard • We waited until Ted was safely out of earshot before discussing it. Main entry: ↑earshotidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • out of earshot (of something) — out of ˈearshot (of sb/sth) idiom too far away to hear sb/sth or to be heard • We waited until Ted was safely out of earshot before discussing it. Main entry: ↑earshotidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • earshot — /ˈɪəʃɒt / (say earshot) phrase 1. within earshot, (sometimes followed by of) a. within range of hearing; able to be heard: to live within earshot of the sea. b. within range of hearing; able to hear: don t say that within earshot of the children …   Australian English dictionary

  • earshot — n. out of earshot; within earshot * * * [ ɪəʃɒt] within earshot out of earshot …   Combinatory dictionary

  • earshot — ear|shot [ˈıəʃɔt US ˈırʃa:t] n 1.) within earshot near enough to hear what someone is saying ▪ Everyone within earshot soon knew her opinion of Reggie. 2.) out of earshot not near enough to hear what someone is saying ▪ I waited for her to get… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • earshot — [[t]ɪ͟ə(r)ʃɒt[/t]] PHRASE: PHR after v, v link PHR, oft PHR of n If you are within earshot of someone or something, you are close enough to be able to hear them. If you are out of earshot, you are too far away to hear them. The waiter continued… …   English dictionary

  • earshot — noun 1 within earshot near enough to hear what someone is saying: Everyone within earshot soon knew her opinion of Reggie. 2 out of earshot not near enough to hear what someone is saying: I waited for her to get out of earshot before laughing …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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