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hear from

1 (v + prep) get news from TRANSITIVEscéala a fháil ówe haven't heard from her for years níl aon scéala uaithi le fada, níor chualamar faic uaithi le fada I look forward to hearing from you tá mé ag dúil le scéala a fháil uait 2 (v + prep) receive information, feedback etc TRANSITIVEclois ó PhrV  c m uwe would like to hear from the public ba mhaith linn cloisteáil ón bpobal, ba mhaith linn an pobal teagmháil a dhéanamh linn 3 (v + prep) especially TV-RAD get public contribution from TRANSITIVEclois ó PhrV  c m uwe rarely hear from young people about their experience is annamh a chloisimid ó dhaoine óga faoina n-eispéireaswe can now hear from the experts is féidir linn éisteacht anois lena bhfuil le rá ag na saineolaithe 4 (v + prep) as a threat TRANSITIVEyou'll be hearing from my lawyer beidh mo dhlíodóir i dteagmháil leatif there's any more laughing you'll hear from the principal má bhíonn a thuilleadh gáire ann, beidh an príomhoide ag labhairt libh → see hear

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