English version

stone deaf

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstone deafˌstone ˈdeaf adjective  MHHEARcompletely unable to hear
Examples from the Corpus
stone deafIt was almost impossible to tell them apart, except that Arthur was stone deaf.The following morning she was struck with a heavy fever and by the end of the day she was stone deaf.That was another of Eunice Snell's theories, that he was a bit weak in the head and probably stone deaf too.
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