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hark  /hrk/  v.frml. [I] 1 to listen: Hark, I hear the sound of horses, shouted a castle guard. 2 phrasal v. insep. to hark back to s.t.: to refer to things which happened in the past: The priests sermon harked back to biblical days. hark

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