PHRASE: PHR after v, v-link PHR, oft PHR of nIf you are within earshot of someone or something, you are close enough to be able to hear them. If you are out of earshot, you are too far away to hear them.
The waiter continued to hover within earshot...
Mark was out of earshot, walking ahead of them.
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