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Synonyms for give ear

give heed (to)

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Kan said he would try to promote diplomacy based on pragmatism, but he needs to humbly give ear to the advice of his specialists.
I really feel sorry for the school bus drivers who have to give ear to frequent complaints and incessant honking from other impatient drivers.
The person who talked to us is Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad whom Nasrallah works for," Awdeh said, adding that Egyptian armed forces do not give ear to such "nonsense.
Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth; for the Lord has spoken: Sons have I reared and brought up, but they have rebelled against me.
To take life seriously as it really is, to give ear to the subjective experience of this reality and to link it up with the Christian tradition, is a particular concern and a special gift of feminist theology.
He added the international community must "mark this very clear, they shouldn't blame us again because the South Sudan government honored the request and still the Sudanese government do not give ear to the world.
He said that Pakistans future was quite safe and businessmen should not give ear to rumours of a minority who is out to tarnish the image of the country.
While the BJP posters, which have come up at vantage points in the state capital, and the rally venue, appeal to voters to choose the saffron party so as to save the state from yet another era of "Jungle Rule", the JD-U is asking the people not to give ears to the slogans of the BJP and hand over another chance to chief minister Nitish Kumar.
The investors should not give ears to their hooliganism as they cannot cause any harm to the country.
The MQM Co-ordination Committee has appealed to the people to remain united, pray for Hussain, and not to give ears to rumours.
Take regular breaks from the dance floor and use chill out areas to give ears a rest from loud music;
Tips to protect your hearing in the party season:Stand away from loud speakers when in pubs and clubs or at gigs and concerts; Take regular breaks from the dance floor in pubs and clubs and use chill-out areas to give ears a rest from loud music;