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have somebody’s ear

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave somebody’s earhave somebody’s earTRUSTto be trusted by someone so that they will listen to your advice, opinions etc He claimed to have the ear of several top ministers. ear
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have somebody’s earHe used to boast to his friends that he often had the President's ear.
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