Translation for 'ears' from English to Russian
NOUN   an ear | ears
уши {мн}
У стен есть уши.
Walls have ears.
Красавчик [Тиль Швайгер]
Rabbit Without Ears [Til Schweiger]
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Usage Examples English
  • ... grey black face, ears and legs. The ears are slightly elongated and stand upright.
  • The struggle between the Long Ears and Short Ears is derived from the legend of the hanau epe (long ears), who are supposed to have been almost all killed by the hanau momoko (short ears), leaving a sole survivor, as in the film.
  • They also have large eyes and very large ears. The ears are used as a way of expressing emotions.
  • Basset Hounds have large pendulous ears (known as "leathers") that are very easily infected.
  • In addition to having musically trained ears, Shouxin was able to move each of his ears independently.

  • The development of the ears and auditory system may be affected in people with Noonan's syndrome.
  • It is also called ‘the king’s ears are donkey ears’, ‘King Gyeongmun’s ears’, and ‘Yeoiseolhwa (여이설화, 驢耳說話)’.
  • Deers Ears Butte was so named on account of its outline being in the shape of erect deer's ears.
  • The Foldex is known for its signature small, folded ears with round tips.
  • Big ears refer to prominent ears.

  • "Wyethia helenioides" is a species of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae commonly referred to as gray mule's ears or whitehead mule-ears.
  • Faults—Excessively long or short ears relative to body. Lopped ears.
  • Pugs have two distinct shapes for their ears, "rose" and "button".
  • Often the ears are cropped short when the dogs are very young.
  • The English Lop, though longer and more slender in body than other lop breeds, has ears up to [...] in length tip to tip—the longest ears of any rabbit breed.

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