Definition of 'heart'
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Example sentences containing 'heart'
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Carmel has a change of heart about her love life. The Sun (2016)You get smart with your heart recognising genuine people. The Sun (2017)But they kept the heart and feel of the story and the most important bits. The Sun (2016)Quiet moments with your partner can clear minds and hearts. The Sun (2016)That leaves declarer with just one heart. Times, Sunday Times (2017)That was so hard for his family and my heart goes out to them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My heart was taken away from me. The Sun (2016)West led the two of hearts - he has four hearts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They look best on faces with softer features, such as heart or oval shapes. The Sun (2016)You can use both to practise writing their name over and over again and drawing love hearts. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Those with the welfare of young people at heart may be looking in the wrong direction. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Loving with all your heart may feel risky but it can take a relationship forward. The Sun (2012)West will win and will probably continue hearts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You are in our hearts and minds. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She found the one her heart loves. Christianity Today (2000)Fold it in the middle lengthways and cut out a large heart shape on the fold. Times, Sunday Times (2014)My heart goes out to his family. The Sun (2011)Your new love has an astute business brain and a generous heart. The Sun (2013)The one thing we have got is big hearts and character. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It will also take heart from the spread of success. Times, Sunday Times (2012)With a ruffing value he would surely have preferred to play in hearts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The knowledge that love is equally warm and lasting in both hearts is good for a relationship. The Sun (2007)The tumour had pushed into my left lung and the protective layer around my heart. The Sun (2016)Other forms of heart disease are relatively uncommon. BMA Family Doctor Guide - Heart Disease (1989)Heart failure means the organ cannot pump enough blood to the body. The Sun (2016)This treatment is an important advance in heart surgery. Coping with Angina (1990)One heart pumps blood through the body and the other two pump blood through the gills. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Your new love has a tough job but the kindest of hearts. The Sun (2013)He therefore needed two ruffs and had a choice of ruffing two hearts in hand or ruffing two clubs in dummy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The cholesterol builds up on the inside of your arteries, especially in the heart. Coping with Angina (1990)
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Translations for 'heart'
British English: heart /hɑːt/ NOUN
Your heart is the organ in your chest that pumps the blood around your body.
...the beating of his heart.
- American English: heart
- Arabic: قَلْب
- Brazilian Portuguese: coração
- Chinese: 心脏
- Croatian: srce
- Czech: srdce
- Danish: hjerte
- Dutch: hart
- European Spanish: corazón
- Finnish: sydän
- French: cœur partie du corps
- German: Herz
- Greek: καρδιά
- Italian: cuore
- Japanese: 心臓
- Korean: 심장
- Norwegian: hjerte
- Polish: serce
- European Portuguese: coração
- Romanian: inimă
- Russian: сердце
- Spanish: corazón
- Swedish: hjärta
- Thai: หัวใจ
- Turkish: kalp
- Ukrainian: серце
- Vietnamese: trái tim
Definition of heart from the Collins English Dictionary
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