What is the Meaning of Eavesdropping?
Please explain the meaning of eavesdropping and how to use this word in a sentence?
Eavesdropping means snooping or spying on someone. For example, he is eavesdropping on her cell phone calls because he suspects she is cheating on him.
to over hear someone else conversation secretly, for example: John has a bad habit of eavesdropping his sister's conversation with her best friend in the bedroom
Eavesdropping is listening to other people's conversations in secret. Like Imee is eavesdropping at her cousin's conversation with her boyfriend on the phone. It is not a nice thing to do especially when you pass what has been discussed by the two people to other people.
Eavesdropping in my opinion is the (intentional act) of listening in on a conversation between two or more people without their knowledge.
Ubeknownst to Rohan his wife was eavesdropping while he planned her surprise birthday party.
by Sp Greaney 7 years ago
Is it wise to eavesdrop on a conversation?
by mega1 8 years ago
When you are communicating with others, how much is it going to matter how "smart" they are? assuming, of course, that you are all discussing a topic that interests you!
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