1. the act of hearing attentively;
1. attending to or alert for sound;
He sat listening to the tick of the grandfather clock.
Listening to the scratchy recording, I recognized Walt Whitman immediately.
People were talking to him, listening to him, taking him places.
He kept his voice low-pitched in case someone was listening.
He stood in the doorway, listening to her quiet, regular breathing.
They have been listening to people's gripes, moans and praise.
He sat there listening as we put suggestions to him.
It must be really depressing listening to everybody's whinges.
He had been listening to Goldstone's rantings all night.
The Beatles— I never get tired of listening to them.
He paused and cocked his head as if listening.
They got misty-eyed listening to records of Ruby Murray singing "Danny Boy".
He could diagnose an engine problem simply by listening.
Listening to it in its entirety is also fairly unrewarding.
"Rid Of Me" is harrowing, uneasy listening.
There is relatively little information about listening, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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