(Do) you hear me?

(Do) you hear me?

Are you going to obey my instruction or command? Do you understand exactly what I'm telling you? You cannot borrow the car without my permission, or you'll be grounded for a month—do you hear me? You are not to visit that woman anymore, you hear me? A: "You have to drop the package off by 5 PM sharp so that it will get delivered tomorrow—and it absolutely must get delivered tomorrow. Do you hear me?" B: "Yes, sir."
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(do) you ˈhear me?

(spoken) used to tell somebody in an angry way to pay attention and obey you: You can’t go — do you hear me?
See also: hear
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