an ear for music


an ear for music
muzikālā dzirde

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  • an ear for music — англ. [эн и/э фо мью/зик] муз. слух см. также ear …   Словарь иностранных музыкальных терминов

  • Van Gogh's ear for music — Meaning Tone deaf. Origin Ironic reference to Van Gogh s well known shortage of auditory equipment …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • have an ear for something — have an ear for (something) if someone has an ear for music, poetry, or languages, they are good at hearing, repeating, or understanding these sounds. She s never had much of an ear for languages. (often negative) …   New idioms dictionary

  • have an ear for — (something) if someone has an ear for music, poetry, or languages, they are good at hearing, repeating, or understanding these sounds. She s never had much of an ear for languages. (often negative) …   New idioms dictionary

  • have an ear for — {v. phr.} To have a keen perception; have a taste or a talent for; be sensitive to something. * /I have no ear whatsoever for foreign languages or music./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • have an ear for — {v. phr.} To have a keen perception; have a taste or a talent for; be sensitive to something. * /I have no ear whatsoever for foreign languages or music./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • have\ an\ ear\ for — v. phr. To have a keen perception; have a taste or a talent for; be sensitive to something. I have no ear whatsoever for foreign languages or music …   Словарь американских идиом

  • ear — [ ır ] noun *** 1. ) count one of the two parts at the sides of your head that you hear with: He whispered something in her ear. 2. ) singular the ability to hear and judge sounds: She has a very good ear for music. 3. ) count the part at the top …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Ear — Ear, n. [AS. e[ a]re; akin to OFries. [ a]re, [ a]r, OS. ?ra, D. oor, OHG. ?ra, G. ohr, Icel. eyra, Sw. [ o]ra, Dan. [ o]re, Goth. auso, L. auris, Lith. ausis, Russ. ukho, Gr. ?; cf. L. audire to hear, Gr. ?, Skr. av to favor, protect. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ear finger — Ear Ear, n. [AS. e[ a]re; akin to OFries. [ a]re, [ a]r, OS. ?ra, D. oor, OHG. ?ra, G. ohr, Icel. eyra, Sw. [ o]ra, Dan. [ o]re, Goth. auso, L. auris, Lith. ausis, Russ. ukho, Gr. ?; cf. L. audire to hear, Gr. ?, Skr. av to favor, protect. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ear of Dionysius — Ear Ear, n. [AS. e[ a]re; akin to OFries. [ a]re, [ a]r, OS. ?ra, D. oor, OHG. ?ra, G. ohr, Icel. eyra, Sw. [ o]ra, Dan. [ o]re, Goth. auso, L. auris, Lith. ausis, Russ. ukho, Gr. ?; cf. L. audire to hear, Gr. ?, Skr. av to favor, protect. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English