What is the idiom for eager to listen?

What is the idiom for eager to listen?

Ready and eager to hear what one has to say; prepared to listen intently. Tell me about your first day at the new job—I’m all ears!

What is an idiom for extremely happy?

Extremely happy when something wonderful happens. She’s been on cloud nine since she found out she is pregnant. Like a dog with two tails. To look and be very happy.

What is the meaning of eavesdropping in idioms?

To eavesdrop means to listen in on someone else’s conversation surreptitiously, to listen to other people’s conversation secretly, to conceal oneself in order to hear what other people are saying without detection. …

Is it correct to say have a listen?

Both ‘take’ and ‘have a listen’ have the same meaning as ‘listen’. Your favourite group’s latest song is terrible. Have a listen. Careful users of the language condemn the use of these expressions.

What means at the eleventh hour?

the last possible moment for doing something: to change plans at the eleventh hour.

What is the idioms of all ears?

Meaning of Idiom ‘All Ears’ To be all ears means to be listening closely; to be eager to hear something; to pay close attention when being told something or to be willing to pay close attention.

Can’t wait to see you idiom?

Be very eager, anxious, or impatient, as in We can’t wait for the baseball season to begin or I can’t wait to see Dad-it’s been a year. While the literal sense of being unable to wait (for lack of time) is much older, this figurative usage dates only from about 1930.

What can I say instead of happy?

blissful,

  • delighted,
  • glad,
  • joyful,
  • joyous,
  • jubilant,
  • rejoicing,
  • tickled.
  • Is eavesdropping rude?

    It sure sounds that way to Miss Manners. And eavesdropping-or, rather, being detected at eavesdropping-always has been considered a breach of etiquette. Miss Manners does not think the reprimand, which was at least offered in a jolly manner, the rudest thing that she ever heard-or even that she heard today.

    Who listen or listens?

    This is valid, because a listen is singular, and listen can be a singular noun. Have listens to the CD. This is not valid, because listens is a plural noun, and listen cannot be a plural noun, only singular. Have listen to the CD.

    What kind of verb is listen?

    1[intransitive] to pay attention to someone or something that you can hear Listen!

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