cloth-eared

cloth-eared

adj
1. deaf
2. insensitive
Translations

cloth-eared

[ˈklɒθɪəd] ADJsordo como una tapia

cloth-eared

[ˌklɒθˈɪəd] adj (fam) → sordo/a
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But there are still some cloth-eared members of Her Majesty's Government who don't get it.
Thirty seconds after the stabbing, Eve is fleeing the scene, when three cloth-eared assassins, disguised as paramedics, enter the building.
Their message is so loud and clear even the cloth-eared Mrs May should get it: Stop playing with people's lives and come up with a Plan B which protects jobs and business.
For those in the administration so cloth-eared they cannot hear the message tfrom the community, let me be clear - the campaign is about the value of our open space to the health and wellbeing of the community.
(Pretty soon it's going to do your head in and you're going to hit a wall.) So I left Keith/Avid/Leigh/ whatever to fester away in the congenitally cloth-eared and ham-fisted satellite channel hinterlands of ITVBe and the such like - where no common denominator is too low for your viewing pleasure.
He said: "All of this is now at risk because of the cloth-eared approach of this Government to this issue of agricultural workers and its self defeating and damaging obsession with seeing absolutely everything through the lens of immigration.
Well, I guess, now that he is three years off his 80th birthday word has finally got around even the most cloth-eared of women.
"The reason English devolution has never worked is that no one has any interest in the wholly artificial local authorities that cloth-eared politicians have proposed" Historian Tom Holland "You lost the argument, you lost the referendum, you have lost office and you have lost the plot "Labour's Alistair Darling, who headed the Better Together campaign, takes a comprehensive swipe at Alex Salmond "I don't like humans.
CAMPAIGNERS for the Coventry Sport Centre and a 50m metre swimming pool seem to have reached an impasse with a cloth-eared city council but should remember this is not the rst occasion its demolition has been muted.
Not Pitchfork, where legions of clever, cloth-eared college grads gauge how well a record fits into its purported lifestyle niche--and since it's an arbitrary measurement, why not use decibels just to be cooler?
The result, for once, is a British film where the swearing isn't a bolted-on means of trying to appeal to the cloth-eared.
You two know that you are not lazy, selfish, ignorant, cloth-eared, off-your-rockers or even duh-uh.