lend (someone) (one's) ear

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lend (someone) (one's) ear

To listen attentively to someone. Even if you disagree with someone, you should still lend them your ear and try to understand their point of view. The boss asked us all to lend him our ears for an hour this afternoon. I wonder what he's going to tell us.
See also: ear, lend
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Now the Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney has said he does not believe it would noticeably increase the supply of homes and that the Funding for Lending scheme, which allows lenders to borrow at Lend him your ears: Bank boss Mark Carney low rates in exchange for providing loans, won't apply to household lending from February.
Fresno may not be a hip-hop epicenter, but Shake sits on the throne and he'll be damned if you don't lend him your ears. His album is slated to drop early 2007 and he proudly announces that the LP won't be riddled with big name features.