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heart in Telugu తెలుగు

heart in Urdu اُردُو

heart in English

  • heart expr. after one's own heart, just as one likes it; pleasing one perfectly.
    Ex. Now that's a meal after my own heart!

  • heart expr. at heart, in one's deepest thoughts or feelings; really.
    Ex. He is kind at heart, though he appears to be gruff.

  • heart expr. break one's heart, to crush with sorrow or grief.
    Ex. Your disdain has broken my heart (Joseph Addison).

  • heart expr. by heart,
    a. by memory.
    Ex. We learned the poem by heart. We associate a name with a face, a word with its meaning, and so it goes with much of the ""by-heart"" learning that attends daily life (Scientific American).
    b. from mem

  • heart expr. cross one's heart, to make the sign of the cross over one's heart when swearing that something is true.
    Ex. The little girl crossed her heart and said she hoped to die if she was lying about what happened.

  • heart expr. cry one's heart out, to cry violently; shed many tears.
    Ex. That baby is crying its heart out while the mother is chatting on the phone.

  • heart expr. eat one's heart out, to feel great sorrow, grief, or worry.
    Ex. I'm just sitting here eating my heart out, thinking of my lost youth (John O'Hara).

  • heart expr. from one's heart, with deepest feeling; sincerely.
    Ex. They wished us well from their hearts.

  • heart expr. get to the heart of, to find out the secret or hidden meaning of.
    Ex. The judge decided to get to the heart of the matter by questioning the witnesses himself.

  • heart expr. have one's heart in one's mouth (or boots), to be very frightened.
    Ex. His heart was in his mouth as he approached each high jump (London Times).

  • heart expr. have one's heart in the right place, to mean well; have good intentions.
    Ex. Your heart is in the right place; if only you had the right words on your tongue (Julius Stinde).

  • heart expr. have the heart,
    a. to be courageous or spirited enough (to do something).
    Ex. The Turks being discouraged, [they] had not the heart to defend themselves (Sir Thomas North).
    b. (in negative sentences) to be hard-hearted enough.

  • heart expr. heart and soul, with all one's affections and energies.
    Ex. He threw himself, heart and soul, into every requirement of his time (John W. Burgon).

  • heart expr. hearts,
    a. a suit of playing cards marked with red, heart-shaped figures.
    Ex. Clubs, diamonds, hearts, in wild disorder seen (Alexander Pope).
    b. (sing. in use) a card game in which a player is penalized one point for every hear

  • heart expr. in good heart, (British.)
    a. in good spirits.
    Ex. The Times, this year, has found most industrialists in surprisingly good heart (London Times).
    b. in good condition.
    Ex. My garden, lying over solid chalk, needs constant o

  • heart expr. in one's heart of hearts, in one's deepest thoughts or feelings; really.
    Ex. Yet in my heart of hearts I feel your might (Wordsworth).

  • heart expr. lay to heart,
    a. to keep in mind; remember.
    Ex. It contains ... a lesson which I should do wisely and well at this present time to lay to heart (Richard Trench).
    b. to think seriously about.
    Ex. Lay it to thy heart, and fa

  • heart expr. lose one's heart (to), to fall in love (with).
    Ex. Surprisingly, Britain's Fleet Street seems to have lost its newspaper heart to the new President (Time).

  • heart expr. near (to), one's heart, of great value or interest to one.
    Ex. ... important for the cause which was nearest to his heart (John W. Burgon).

  • heart expr. take heart of grace, to take courage from favor or privilege given.
    Ex. Take heart of grace, Thy steps retrace, Be not afraid (William S. Gilbert).

  • heart expr. take heart, to be encouraged.
    Ex. Take heart, take heart. We'll find them (Dickens).

  • heart expr. take to heart,
    a. to think seriously about.
    Ex. If he would take the business to heart, and deal in it effectually, it would succeed well (Sir Francis Bacon).
    b. to be deeply affected by; grieve over.
    Ex. Though I did not

  • heart expr. to one's heart's content, as much as one wants.
    Ex. There old Mrs. Louis ... petted her to her heart's content (Lytton Strachey).

  • heart expr. wear one's heart on (or upon) one's sleeve, to show one's feelings plainly.
    Ex. A ... ready-tongued man, wearing his heart upon his sleeve (George A. Sala).

  • heart expr. with all one's heart,
    a. sincerely.
    Ex. He said that he loved her with all his heart.
    b. gladly.
    Ex. That I will promise you, with all my heart (Mayne Reid).

  • heart heart, noun, verb.

  • heart noun 1a. the hollow, muscular organ of the body that pumps the blood by contracting and expanding.
    b. the region of the heart; breast; bosom.
    2. (Figurative.) the part that feels, loves, hates, and desires; seat of one's inmost thoughts and

  • heart v.i. to form a heart, core, or compact central portion, as cabbages or lettuce.

  • heart v.t. 1. (Archaic.) to hearten; inspire with confidence; encourage.
    2. (Obsolete.) to fix in the heart.
    Ex. I hate the Moor; my cause is hearted (Shakespeare).

heart in Marathi


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