have half an ear on (someone or something)(redirected from have half an ear on one)
have half an ear on (someone or something)
To listen to someone or something intermittently or half-heartedly while something else is happening. Unfortunately, I don't remember what Mom said because I had half an ear on her while also trying to watch the game.
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