Translation of hearken in Spanish:

hearken

escuchar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈhɑrkən//ˈhɑːk(ə)n/

intransitive verb

archaic

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    escuchar
    to hearken (un)to sth/sb escuchar algo/a algn
    • The voice is pedantic and apostrophic - O reader, hearken to my tale - and imbued with a faux-archaism that suggests the curlicued Georgian efforts of young Robin Hyde.
    • Does it need drastic action by the association of international air lines, in order for those responsible for our fuel management to hearken to the wake up call?
    • At last, the Hebrews have hearkened unto that voice in the wilderness, that great prophet who came down off the mountain.
    • The Torah tells us listen, hear, and hearken on whichever level you are able.
    • Basically, the manufacturers are accusing the Government of not hearkening to their submissions, which they say would have done a lot to reduce their production costs.