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listen

verb ausculate, be attentive, concentrate on, give one's attention to, hark, hear, hearken, heed, intercept, listen in, monitor, obey, overhear, pick up
See also: attend, concentrate, eavesdrop, hear, heed, monitor, obey
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When God tells Abraham everything that Sarah says to you, listen to her voice God did not say "you shall do," rather God said "listen.
One of the most difficult situations in which educators are called upon to listen involves angry parents.
From a cognitive perspective, students reported that they kept revising their comprehension by listening three times; as an affective strategy, they told themselves not to be nervous because they knew they had three chances to listen to the input.
Since his musical taste includes ``everything but rap,'' 51-year-old Slocum uses both services to listen to Christmas music, blues and classical.
The next time you are in a meeting and trying to listen well, notice how your mind classifies the information coming in.
Now go,/ listen to the mountains,/ winged-feather/ spirits, four-leggeds, even/ scale-bodies athrob/ in water.
If it was just that, we'd all listen to classical music and call it a day.
nok says he does listen to the radio once in a while: "We gotta listen to the radio to see what's up.
If you need proof of this assertion, just stop reading again and listen.
And he'll find that they're willing to listen, too.