Словосочетания со словом heart
after one's own heart
Well liked because of agreeing with your own feelings, interests, and ideas; to your liking-agreeable. Used after man or some similar word.
He likes baseball and good food; he is a man after my own heart.
Thanks for agreeing with me about the class party; you're a girl after my own heart.
In spite of appearances; at bottom; in reality.
This idiom is used to describe the true character of a person.
His manners are rough but he is a kind man at heart.
James sometimes seems quite unfriendly but at heart he’s a good person.
The Fares often don’t see eye to eye, but at heart they both love each other very much.
As a serious interest or concern; as an important aim or goal.
He has the welfare of the poor at heart.
bless one's heart
To thank someone; consider one the cause of something good that has happened.
Aunt Jane, bless her heart, left me half a million dollars!
break one's heart
To discourage greatly; make very sad or hopeless.
Разбить чье-либо сердце; очень сильно кого-либо расстроить, заставить печалиться.
His son's disgrace broke his heart.
When Mr. White lost everything he had worked so hard for, it broke his heart.
The man broke his girlfriend's heart when he told her that he no longer loved her.
Мужчина разбил сердце своей девушке, когда сказал ей, что больше не любит её.
The news of her death broke his heart.
Новости, о ее смерти разбили ему сердце.
learn by heart
By exact memorizing; so well that you remember it; by memory.
Очень хорошо помнить.
The pupils learned many poems by heart.
He knew the records of the major league teams by heart.
The children learned all of the songs by heart for the school play.
Дети выучили наизусть все песни для школьного спектакля.
He knows many passages from Shakespeare by heart.
Do you know all the idioms you have studied in this book by heart?
change of heart
A change in the way one feels or thinks about a given task, idea or problem to be solved.
Изменение в эмоциональном отношении к чему-либо, полученной задаче, идее или проблеме, требующей решения.
Joan had a change of heart and suddenly broke off her engagement to Tim.
Fred got admitted to medical school, but he had a change of heart and decided to go into the Foreign Service instead.
I had a change of heart and I decided to go to a movie with my friend.
Я передумал и решил пойти в кино с моим другом.
Cowardly; excessively timid.
"Come on, let's get on that roller coaster," she cried. "Don't be so chicken-hearted."
cross one's heart
cross one's heart and hope to die
To say that what you have said is surely true; promise seriously that it is true. Often used by children in the longer form. Children often make a sign of a cross over the heart as they say it, for emphasis.
Поклясться; "не сойти мне с этого места"; "вот тебе крест".
"Cross my heart, I didn't hide your bicycle," Harry told Tom.
"I didn't tell the teacher what you said. Cross my heart and hope to die," Mary said to Lucy.
I can swear that everything I say is true. Cross my heart and hope to die.
Я могу поклясться, что все, что я говорю, правда. Не сойти мне с этого места.