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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President, if you could lend us your ears, let me express what I would have wanted to say to you in person.
It's not so much lend us your ears as give us a YouTube clip, blog or podcast.
The event, Lend Us Your Ears, at Millbridge WMC on Huddersfield Road in Liversedge starts at 7.30pm on Friday, June 21.
"Lend Us Your Ears" is a compilation record of tracks by professional disabled artists.
Poetry fans will also be treated to a recital by Cleckheaton supporter David Lindsay who recently raised over pounds 1,000 at an event he organised called Lend Us Your Ears.
At Eastside, there will be a contemporary art picnic featuring a digital coconut shy, a knitting party and a mobile art exhibition from Ikon gallery through the weekend, while Lend Us Your Ears! at The Stage, in Paradise Place, has more than 30 acts performing 24 hours worth of scintillating music.