1. the locus of feelings and intuitions;
2. the hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs; its rhythmic contractions pump blood through the body;
3. the courage to carry on;
4. an area that is approximately central within some larger region;
5. the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience;
6. an inclination or tendency of a certain kind;
7. a plane figure with rounded sides curving inward at the top and intersecting at the bottom; conventionally used on playing cards and valentines;
8. a firm rather dry variety meat (usually beef or veal);
9. a positive feeling of liking;
10. a playing card in the major suit of hearts;
She had her first heart attack the other day.
I felt my heart beating.
Her words warmed his heart.
They had reached the heart of the forest.
My heart bleeds for him.
A dancer must throw herself heart and soul into every performance.
The news of victory rejoiced the heart of the whole nation.
When I say don't eat sweets, I have your health at heart.
He has slowed down a lot since his heart attack.
His heart swelled up when he learned that he had won the prize.
He has a warm heart.
Mary stole away your heart.
His heart fluttered with excitement.
His heart was throbbing.
The child's misery tore my heart.
This event left the stamp on his heart.
My heart overflowed with tenderness.
A blithe heart makes a blooming visage.
The boy's success rejoiced his mother's heart.
Few men have had such transcendental capacity to stir the heart of people.
His speech was inspiring and touched my heart.
The land is quite out of heart.
His manners are rough, but he is a kind man at heart.
His heart swelled with pity.
She rambled on at great length but she didn't get to the heart of the matter.
We should be modest and prudent, guard against arrogance and rashness, and serve the people heart and soul.
He learned all the texts by heart.
Her heart melted with pity.
an early warning of heart disease
after one's own heart
of the type that one likes or understands best; sharing one's tastes
break someone's heart
overwhelm someone with sadness
close (或 dear) to (或 near) one's heart
of deep interest and concern to one
from the (bottom of one's) heart
with sincere feeling
their warmth and hospitality is right from the heart.
give (或 lose) one's heart
to fall in love with
have a heart
[often in imperative]be merciful; show pity
have a heart of gold
have a generous nature
have the heart to do something
[usu. with negative]be insensitive or hard-hearted enough to do something
I don't have the heart to tell her.
have (或 put) one's heart in
be (or become) keenly involved in or committed to (an enterprise)
have one's heart in one's mouth
be greatly alarmed or apprehensive
have one's heart in the right place
be sincere or well intentioned
heart of stone
a stern or cruel nature
hearts and flowers
used in allusion to extreme sentimentality
hearts and minds
used in reference to emotional and intellectual support or commitment
a campaign to win the hearts and minds of America's college students.
center, middle, heart, core, midst
heart সম্পর্কে তুলনামূলক কম তথ্য রয়েছে, আপনার মেজাজ শিথিল করার জন্য আপনি দ্বিভাষিক কাহিনী দেখতে পারেন, আমি আপনাকে একটি শুভ দিন কামনা করছি!
শব্দটি সি দিয়ে শুরু হয়
শব্দটি ই দিয়ে শুরু হয়
শব্দটি কে দিয়ে শুরু হয়