1. To be present at (meetings, church services, university), etc.; SYN. go to.
2. To be present.
3. To apply oneself to.
4. To give heed (to); SYN. pay attention, hang, advert, pay heed, give ear.
5. (usually followed by 'to') To take charge of; SYN. take care, look, see.
6. To accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result.
To examine by auscultation.
Medicine, listen to sounds in human body; examine in this manner.
ETYM Old Eng. herken. Related to Hearken.
To listen; used mostly in the imperative; SYN. harken, hearken.
To pay close attention; to listen.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: heard).
1. To examine or hear (evidence or a case) by judicial process; SYN. try.
2. To perceive sound; perceive by the auditory sense.
3. To receive a communication from someone.
1. To listen
2. To give respectful attention
1. To hear with intention
2. To listen and pay attention; SYN. hear, take heed.
1. To follow the commands or guidance of
2. To conform to or comply with
3. To behave obediently
4. To be obedient to.