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be all ears

To be ready and eager to hear what one has to say. Tell me about your first day at the new job—I'm all ears!
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be all ears

If you are all ears, you are ready and eager to listen to what someone is saying. Okay, tell me what the problem is. I'm all ears. She had expected him to be all ears when she told him about her wedding plans.
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be all ears

be listening eagerly and attentively. informal
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be all ˈears

(informal) listen very carefully and with great interest: Go on, tell me what happened — I’m all ears. OPPOSITE: listen with half an ear
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He said: "If that is found to be a positive solution in making inquests shorter and nearer the national average and gives a good quality service then I am all ears.
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Speaking exclusively to the Daily Post, Mr Penrose said: "I want to see what works and what does not, and I am all ears.
If any magistrates would like to comment on the court time and tax payers' money they are wasting, I am all ears.