To give ear to

to listen to; to heed, as advice or one advising.

See also: Ear

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'Developing intellectual, ideological responses to annul extremists' religious-ideological dogmas and evolving a comprehensive rehabilitation or reintegration of militants' are the nulls and bolts the state needs to give ear to before long.
Kiir while addressing the masses on the martyr day at the mausoleum of late John Garang on Monday dismissed the rumour and called on the people to remain calm and refuse to give ear to Khartoum.
To take life seriously as it really is, to give ear to the subjective experience of this reality and to link it up with the Christian tradition, is a particular concern and a special gift of feminist theology.