in one ear

  1. in a monaural manner
    the stimuli were presented monaurally
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How To Use in one ear In A Sentence

  • Lisa is deaf in one ear and partially blind.
  • You might have trouble hearing in one ear, or you might have nosebleeds, headaches, ringing in one or both ears, or you might feel a change in sensation over one side of your face.
  • He had a pointed black beard, and an earring dangled in one ear.
  • That rubbish goes in one ear and out the other.
  • Such monaural listening conditions occur not only in people who are deaf in one ear, but when a sound on one side is too quiet to reach one of the ears.
  • It's no use asking Tim to deliver any message for you.Everything I say to him goes in one ear and out of the other.
  • goes in one ear and out the other.
  • He was left deaf in one ear. Times, Sunday Times
  • Everything I tell them just goes in one ear and out the other.
  • In one early example of this subgenre, Ronald Reagan rhapsodized about poisoned meat.
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