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Tdol

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To be honest, I've never heard it before; I don't know if it's American English. 'll try to llok it up later and see what I can find. ;-)
 

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usama_sweet@hotmail.com said:
Dear sir,
Please tell me what is the mean of
To turn the dog`s ear
Thanks

I've never heard that before either.

The only thing I can think of is "dog-ear(ed)".

dog-ear (dôg'îr', dŏg'-)
n.
A turned-down corner of a page in a book.

tr.v., -eared, -ear·ing, -ears.
To turn down the corner of (the page of a book).
To make worn or shabby from overuse.
dog'-eared' adj.
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