in one ear

in one ear
adverb
in a monaural manner
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the stimuli were presented monaurally

Syn: ↑monaurally, ↑to one ear
Ant: ↑binaurally (for: ↑monaurally)
Derived from adjective: ↑monaural (for: ↑monaurally)

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