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hearing /ˈhɪərɪŋ $ ˈhɪr-/ noun


استماع دعوی ، شنوایی ، سامعه ، استماع دادرسی ، رسیدگی بمحاکمه ، گزارش ، قانون ـ فقه: دادرسی ، محاکمه ، روانشناسی: شنوایی
hearing
(Law)
[noun]
Synonyms: inquiry, industrial tribunal, investigation, review, trial
Related Words: conference, interview, meeting, parley, test, tryout, discussion, negotiation

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

hearing S3 W2 /ˈhɪərɪŋ $ ˈhɪr-/ noun
[Word Family: adjective: unheard, unheard, of; verb: hear, overhear; noun: hearing, hearer]

1. [uncountable] the sense which you use to hear sounds
have good/bad etc hearing
She has remarkable hearing for a lady of her age.
a child with a hearing disabilityhard of hearing

2. [countable] a meeting of a court or special committee to find out the facts about a case:
a court hearing
a disciplinary hearing

3. [countable usually singular] an opportunity for someone to explain their actions, ideas, or opinions:
Let’s give both sides a fair hearing.

4. in/within sb’s hearing if you say something in someone’s hearing, you say it where they can hear you:
There are some words we don’t use in the children’s hearing.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

hearing
noun
I. ability to hear
ADJ. acute, excellent, good, normal, sharp | bad, impaired, poor
VERB + HEARING have, possess Whales have acute hearing.
lose She lost her hearing when she was a child.
get back, regain Is there any chance that he'll get his hearing back?
affect, impair, make worse
HEARING + VERB deteriorate, get worse, go His hearing began to deteriorate. Her hearing was already going.
come back, get better, improve Two months after the accident her hearing came back.
HEARING + NOUN impairment, loss, problems | aid to have/wear a hearing aid
person a course in sign language for both deaf and hearing people
PHRASES hard of hearing You'll have to speak more loudly. I'm afraid she's rather hard of hearing.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

hearing
II. trial in a court of law/similar investigation
ADJ. final, preliminary | fair | formal, full | open, public | private, secret | oral | appeal, custody, disciplinary, petition, pre-trial | committee, congressional, court, tribunal
VERB + HEARING conduct, hold Most councils hold hearings in public.
ask for, call for, demand Protesters are calling for a public hearing.
get, have She said that she had had a very fair hearing from the disciplinary tribunal.
attend | adjourn | tell The hearing was told that the child had been left with a 14-year-old babysitter.
HEARING + VERB take place | begin, open
PREP. at a/the ~ At a preliminary hearing the judge announced that the trial would begin on March 21. | in a/the ~ She was granted a divorce in a five-minute hearing.
pending a/the ~ Pending the hearing of the case by the court, the business will be allowed to continue trading.
without a ~ A High Court judge dismissed the case without a hearing.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

hearing
III. chance for an opinion to be considered
ADJ. fair, sympathetic
VERB + HEARING give sb/sth At least give our ideas a fair hearing before you reject them.
get You haven't got much chance of your plan getting a sympathetic hearing.
deserve Their views deserve a hearing.
PREP. ~ for All I'm asking is a fair hearing for my ideas.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

hearing

have good/bad etc hearing
Dogs have excellent hearing.
lose your hearing (=become unable to hear)
He lost his hearing as a child after suffering scarlet fever.
affect/impair your hearing (=make your hearing worse)
Listening to loud music will eventually impair your hearing.
somebody's hearing gets worse (also somebody's hearing deteriorates)
The medication seemed to make her hearing get worse.
somebody's hearing goes (=someone becomes unable to hear)
His hearing has gone in one ear.
good/sharp/acute
My hearing isn't as good as it used to be.
Owls and other predatory birds have very acute hearing.
bad/poor
Poor hearing can affect your social relationships.
impaired (=having problems with hearing)
There are about 11,000 people in the UK whose sight and hearing are both severely impaired.
normal
He was born with normal hearing but became deaf at the age of 11.
hearing loss
Many older people suffer from some degree of hearing loss.
a hearing problem/difficulty/impairment
a special telephone for people with hearing problems
be hard of hearing (=not be able to hear well)
The subtitling service is intended for people who are hard of hearing.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

Hearing
A hearing which is held at the request of an interested party in antidumping proceedings for the purpose of allowing interested persons to express their views orally to officials of the Commerce Department. The hearing is held prior to the Commerce Department's (International Trade Administration) final determination or before the final results of an administrative review are published. See: Tariff Act of 1930

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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