Idiom of the week – Have someone’s ear
Posted by englishlessons on February 22, 2012
have access to and influence with someone
Do you think he’s still influential at the company? Does he still have the President’s ear?
She bragged that she had the CEO’s ear and could help me get a job there.
If you have someone’s ear, you are very close to that person, close enough to whisper into her/his ear.
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