heart

n.
organ that circulates the blood

1) to transplant a heart

2) a healthy, strong; weak heart

3) an artificial heart

4) a heart beats; fails, stops; palpitates, throbs; pumps blood

the heart as the center of emotions

5) to gladden; harden smb.'s heart

6) to break; steal, win smb.'s heart

7) my heart aches, bleeds (for her)

8) from the heart (to speak from the heart)

9) in one's heart (in my heart I know that she is right)

disposition

10) a cold, cruel, hard; good, kind, soft, tender, warm; stout heart (she has a kind heart); a heart of gold

liking

11) to have a heart for (she has no heart for this type of work)

12) after one's own heart (he's a man after my own heart)

sympathy

13) to have a heart (have a heart and lend me some money)

essence

14) to get to the heart of smt.

15) at heart (he's not bad at heart)

feeling

16) a heavy; light heart

17) with a (heavy) heart

courage

18) to take heart from (he took heart from her example)

19) to lose heart

20) a brave; faint heart

21) the heart to + inf. (I didn't have the heart to tell her)

memory

22) by heart (to know a poem by heart)

resolve

23) to set one's heart (on doing smt.)

24) a change of heart

misc.

25) a bleeding heart ('one who always supports the underdog'); to eat one's heart out ('to brood'); to lose one's heart to ('to fall in love with'); from the bottom of one's heart ('sincerely'); to have one's heart in the right place ('to have good intentions'); to do smb.'s heart good ('to make one happy'); with all one's heart ('wholeheartedly'); to take smt. to heart ('to take smt. seriously'); the way to smb.'s heart

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a heart of gold
fails
faint heart
harden smb. 's heart
light heart
palpitates
pumps blood
stops
strong
the way to smb. 's heart
throbs
weak heart
win smb. 's heart
from the bottom of one's heart ('sincerely')
to eat one's heart out ('to brood')
to lose one's heart to ('to fall in love with')
to have one's heart in the right place ('to have good intentions')
to do smb. 's heart good ('to make one happy')
to take smt. to heart ('to take smt. seriously')
with all one's heart ('wholeheartedly')
bleeds (for her)
stout heart (she has a kind heart)
['disposition'] a cold
['essence'] to get to the heart of smt.
['organ that circulates the blood'] to transplant a heart
['the heart as the center of emotions'] to gladden
[feeling'] a heavy
a brave
a change of heart
a healthy
a heart beats
an artificial heart
my heart aches
to break
to lose heart
with a (heavy) heart
['misc. '] a bleeding heart ('one who always supports the underdog')
the heart to + inf. (I didn't have the heart to tell her)
['sympathy'] to have a heart (have a heart and lend me some money)
['courage'] to take heart from (he took heart from her example)
after one's own heart (he's a man after my own heart)
at heart (he's not bad at heart)
in one's heart (in my heart I know that she is right)
['resolve'] to set one's heart (on doing smt.)
['liking'] to have a heart for (she has no heart for this type of work)
['memory'] by heart (to know a poem by heart)
from the heart (to speak from the heart)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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