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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlistenerlis‧ten‧er /ˈlɪsə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 LISTENsomeone who listens to the radioviewer a new programme for younger listeners2 a good/sympathetic listener
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listenerThe station was flooded with calls from listeners after the show.Marcovicci charmed her listeners, all of them old friends, it seemed.He paused momentarily to check that his listeners had fully appreciated the humour of his remark.KCEA, a big-band radio station, relies on money from its listeners to keep running.The programme already has more than two million listeners across the country.In the spoken mode listeners receive whole utterances.But Wolfe admits that less than 1 percent of listeners take time to phone the station with opinions.The broadcast appealed to all sorts of listeners.Everyone remembers that much today, while few remember the substance of a debate that radio listeners thought Nixon had won.In Tony Crosland he found a ready listener, and the Woolwich speech marked a sharp redirection of policy in higher education.Some of our regular listeners have complained about the new program schedule.Some listeners were fooled by the imitation.But it never quite works properly, because when the listener instinctively moves his head, the sound rotates as well.
From Longman Business Dictionarylistenerlis‧ten‧er /ˈlɪsənə-ər/ noun [countable] someone who listens to a particular radio station or programmeTo recruit country music radio listeners, the station has embarked on some innovative marketing methods.
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