Meaning: To be paying attention; to be listening carefully.
Go ahead and speak – I’m all ears.
The customer service representative said she was all ears when the customer told her he had a problem.
“Are you listening to me?” “Of course! I’m all ears!”
What’s the opposite of all ears?
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The correct answer is A. To be all ears is to be paying attention, so inattentive would be the opposite.