简明英汉词典

hear from
v.
接到...的信, 受...批评

美国传统词典[双解]

hear
hear
AHD:[h?r]
D.J.[hi*]
K.K.[h!r]
v.(动词)
heard[h?rd] hear.inghears
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To perceive (sound) by the ear:
听,听见:通过耳朵感觉到(声音):
Can you hear the signal?
你能听到这信号吗?

(2)

To learn by hearing; be told by others:
听说,获悉:听而得知;经人告知:
I heard she got married.
我听说她结婚了

(3)

To listen to attentively:
仔细听:
Hear what I have to tell you.
听听我必须告诉你的事情

(4)

To listen to in an official, professional, or formal capacity:
审理,听证:以官方的、职业的或是正式的身份听取:
heard the last witness in the afternoon.
下午听取最后证词

(5)

To listen to and consider favorably:
倾听并获得好感:
Lord, hear my prayer!
上帝,请聆听我的祈祷吧!

(6)

To attend or participate in:
出席或参加:
hear Mass.
弥撒
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To be capable of perceiving sound.
能够感觉到声音

(2)

To receive news or information; learn:
获得新闻或信息;知道:
I heard about your accident.
我听说你出车祸的事了

(3)

To consider, permit, or consent to something. Used only in the negative:
考虑、允许或同意某事。仅用于否定:
I won't hear of your going!
我可不同意你走!

常用词组

hear from

(1)

To get a letter, telephone call, or transmitted communication from.
收到…的来信、电话或传达来的信息

(2)

To be reprimanded by:
受到批评:
If you don't do your homework, you're going to hear from me.
如果你不做家庭作业,我就要批评你

习惯用语

hear, hear
Used to express approval.
用于表示同意或赞赏

语源

(1)

Middle English hearen
中古英语 hearen

(2)

Old English hon * see keu-
古英语 hon *参见 keu-

继承用法

hearer
n.(名词)

美国传统词典

hear
hear
AHD:[h?r]
D.J.[hi*]
K.K.[h!r]
v.
heard[h?rd] hear.ing, hears
v.tr.

(1)

To perceive (sound) by the ear:
Can you hear the signal?

(2)

To learn by hearing; be told by others:
I heard she got married.

(3)

To listen to attentively:
Hear what I have to tell you.

(4)

To listen to in an official, professional, or formal capacity:
heard the last witness in the afternoon.

(5)

To listen to and consider favorably:
Lord, hear my prayer!

(6)

To attend or participate in:
hear Mass.
v.intr.

(1)

To be capable of perceiving sound.

(2)

To receive news or information; learn:
I heard about your accident.

(3)

To consider, permit, or consent to something. Used only in the negative:
I won't hear of your going!

常用词组

hear from

(1)

To get a letter, telephone call, or transmitted communication from.

(2)

To be reprimanded by:
If you don't do your homework, you're going to hear from me.

习惯用语

hear, hear
Used to express approval.

语源

(1)

Middle English hearen

(2)

Old English hon * see keu-

继承用法

hearer
n.

英汉航海大词典

hear from
vt.接到...来信,接到...的信

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