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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It was the sort of result that gets you re-tuning your set or buying a new deaf aid.
Brown, who stated that he had bought a deaf aid in the hope of hearing racing's leaders speak, added: "My deaf aid is finally working, so perhaps I will soon be able to hear other racing organisations and individuals say what their position is on this disgraceful sale."
"Doris wouldn't put her deaf aid in and the Queen came up to her and spoke to her.
She found it impossible to use a deaf aid, partly because of the background noise from the children at the school.
They were chosen because they were a large stable population that was unlikely to have changed in 18 months and would be useful indicators of the usage of the deaf aid communicators.
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.