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To be hard of hearing


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To be hard of hearing means to be somewhat deaf.

Sample Usage

1. Are you hard of hearing? Did you not hear the Professor’s instructions clearly?

2. You could not really blame the old lady for missing her flight as she was hard of hearing.


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