Definition of "eavesdrop"
  1. The act of covertly listening to private conversations without the consent of the people involved
How to use "eavesdrop" in a sentence
  1. It's illegal to eavesdrop on private conversations.
  2. The detective had to eavesdrop to gather information for his investigation.
  3. You shouldn't eavesdrop; it's a violation of someone's privacy.

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