hearing aid

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an electronic device that amplifies sound and is worn to compensate for poor hearing

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a conical acoustic device formerly used to direct sound to the ear of a hearing-impaired person

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I have purchased new batteries for my deaf aid in the hope I will be able to hear someone, or some organisation, speak out against this disgraceful act.
They are also trying to raise money for a radio controlled deaf aid for each child in the nearby deaf hospital.
Frail Sneddon, who wears a deaf aid, said he couldn't steer after the wheels of his G-registration Ford Orion automatic caught the metal of the railway track.
Joints of meat were spitting in the ovens, while spread over the tables were half-read papers telling of football matches, killings, surgical stockings, stock markets, corsets, constipation relief, fashions, denture fixatives, supreme athleticism, deaths, deaf aids that even your friends wouldn't notice, sex, grass seeds and slug repellents, astrological predictions, remedies for unsightly hair and halitosis, knitting patterns and frolics in high places.
What's the difference between deaf aids and legal aid?