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earshot

American English: /ˈɪrˌʃɑt/
British English: /ˈɪəʃɒt/

noun

  • her mother was still within earshot
    su madre todavía estaba lo suficientemente cerca como para oír
    they moved out of earshot
    se alejaron y ya no pude ( or pudo etc) oír más
    Example sentences
    • As soon as she was out of sight, though not earshot, she heard them talking about her.
    • I live within earshot of the airfield and get an enormous thrill from hearing and watching the activities on the airfield.
    • Everyone's a critic, but only reviewers get to broadcast their opinions beyond earshot.
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