External-ear



noun
1.
the outer portion of the ear, consisting of the auricle and the canal extending to the tympanic membrane.
noun
1.
the part of the ear consisting of the auricle and the auditory canal

external ear n.
The outer portion of the ear including the auricle and the passage leading to the eardrum. Also called outer ear.

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