keep an ear out (for something or someone)

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keep an ear out (for something or someone)

To be particularly attentive or prepared to hear something. (Usually used as an imperative.) Would you please keep an ear out for the kids? They should be coming back any minute. Our newest single is being played on the radio, so be sure to keep an ear out.
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