come to (one's) ears

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come to (one's) ears

To be heard by one eventually. If news of my mistake ever comes to the boss's ears, I'll definitely be in trouble.
See also: come, ear
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come to/reach somebody’s ˈears

hear about something, especially when other people already know about it: News of the affair eventually reached her ears.
See also: come, ear, reach
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