hear from

phrasal verb

heard from; hearing from; hears from
: to receive a letter, a telephone call, etc., from (someone)
We heard from them yesterday.
I haven't heard from her lately.
I haven't heard anything from her lately.

Examples of hear from in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Come early to meet farmers, shop for veggies and artisan goods, and hear from Southern storytellers. Sid Evans, Southern Living, 10 July 2024 The 12-person jury heard from witnesses over two weeks and then deliberated for nearly 26 hours before reaching their acquittal verdict. Claire Reid, Journal Sentinel, 10 July 2024 By the time the woman whose testimony derailed the proceedings took the stand, the jury had heard from 25 other witnesses. Keith L. Alexander, Washington Post, 9 July 2024 Markets have a discounting mechanism, and over the past year and a half, the markets have had opportunities to hear from the two major candidates about their policy initiatives and start to price that in over time. Nicole Goodkind, CNN, 8 July 2024 See all Example Sentences for hear from 

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“Hear from.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hear%20from. Accessed 14 Jul. 2024.

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