hear (one) loud and clear

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hear (one) loud and clear

1. To be clearly able to hear and understand what one is saying over the telephone or radio. Yes, ground control, I hear you loud and clear. We're hearing you loud and clear, Reggie. You can go ahead and bring your rig into the station.
2. To understand exactly what one means. I heard you loud and clear, Janet—first secure the deal, and then worry about the details. A: "Do you understand why this is so important?" B: "Yes, yes, I hear you loud and clear."
See also: and, clear, hear, loud
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"So we hear loud and clear both the message from the supporters via the Telegraph campaign and our own consultation with fans and we agree with them."
"We continue to hear loud and clear from the indigenous people that a full release is unacceptable," "said Archbishop Hutchison in a report to COGS.
A spokesman said: 'As the leaders have hidden themselves at a venue where it is almost impossible to reach them with visual messages, the alarm will be something they will hear loud and clear.'
My biggest concern with this is one that DONs and all nurses need to hear loud and clear: Will all facilities truly meet the needs of all their residents if there is any small loophole that allows them to keep even part of money intended for resident care?