English version

earful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishearfulear‧ful /ˈɪəfʊl $ ˈɪr-/ noun   give somebody an earful
Examples from the Corpus
earfulThe Padres, though, alleged the umpire gave them and nearby fans an earful.Q.. Do you get an earful from friends when you go back home?With their many variants and subdivisions they provide a wonderfully expressive earful for the alert feline as it goes about its business.
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