This page is about the phrasal verb hear of.
Meaning: If you've heard of someone, you know who they are and what they do.
- have heard of sb/sth We met people in the jungles of Borneo who had never watched TV or read a newspaper, and they'd never heard of Barack Obama.
- have heard of sb/sth I've never met anyone who hasn't heard of Michael Jackson.
Nearly everyone in England has heard of Wayne Rooney. They
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Contributor: Matt Errey