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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: Anatomy The chambered muscular organ in vertebrates that pumps blood received from the veins into the arteries, thereby maintaining the flow of blood through the entire circulatory system.
- noun: Anatomy A similarly functioning structure in invertebrates.
- noun: The area that is the approximate location of the heart in the body; the breast.
- noun: The vital center and source of one's being, emotions, and sensibilities.
- noun: The repository of one's deepest and sincerest feelings and beliefs: an appeal from the heart; a subject dear to her heart.
- noun: The seat of the intellect or imagination: the worst atrocities the human heart could devise.
- noun: Emotional constitution, basic disposition, or character: a man after my own heart.
- noun: One's prevailing mood or current inclination: We were light of heart.
- noun: Capacity for sympathy or generosity; compassion: a leader who seems to have no heart.
- noun: Love; affection: The child won my heart.
- noun: Courage; resolution; fortitude: The soldiers lost heart and retreated.
- noun: The firmness of will or the callousness required to carry out an unpleasant task or responsibility: hadn't the heart to send them away without food.
- noun: A person esteemed or admired as lovable, loyal, or courageous: a dear heart.
- noun: The central or innermost physical part of a place or region: the heart of the financial district. See Synonyms at
- noun: The core of a plant, fruit, or vegetable: hearts of palm.
- noun: The most important or essential part: get to the heart of the matter.
- noun: A conventional two-lobed representation of the heart, usually colored red or pink.
- noun: Games A red, heart-shaped figure on certain playing cards.
- noun: Games A playing card with this figure.
- noun: Games The suit of cards represented by this figure.
- noun: Games A card game in which the object is either to avoid hearts when taking tricks or to take all the hearts.
- verb-transitive: Archaic To encourage; hearten.
- idiom: at heart In one's deepest feelings; fundamentally.
- idiom: by heart Learned by rote; memorized word for word.
- idiom: do (one's) heart good To lift one's spirits; make one happy.
- idiom: bottom With the deepest appreciation; most sincerely.
- idiom: have (one's) heart in (one's) mouth To be extremely frightened or anxious.
- idiom: have (one's) heart in the right place To be well-intentioned.
- idiom: heart and soul Completely; entirely.
- idiom: in (one's) heart of hearts In the seat of one's truest feelings.
- idiom: lose (one's) heart to To fall in love with.
- idiom: near Loved by or important to one.
- idiom: steal (someone's) heart To win one's affection or love.
- idiom: take to heart To take seriously and be affected or troubled by: Don't take my criticism to heart.
- idiom: to (one's) heart's content To one's entire satisfaction, without limitation.
- idiom: wear (one's) heart on (one's) sleeve To show one's feelings clearly and openly by one's behavior.
- idiom: with all (one's) heart With great willingness or pleasure.
- idiom: with all (one's) heart With the deepest feeling or devotion.
- idiom: with half a heart In a halfhearted manner.
- at heart širdyje
- by heart atmintinai
- from (the bottom of) one's heart labai nuoširdžiai
- to lay to heart rimtai žiūrėti į
- one's heart in one's mouthlabai išsigandęs
- out of heart nusiminęs
- heart and soul iš visų jėgų
- visa širdimi