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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #23824: Idioms with 'heart'
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    Idioms with 'heart'



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    1. The centre or most important part of something :
    2. To begin to have more hope or to stop having hope :
    3. If you are a particular kind of person at heart, that is the kind of character you really have :
    4. To want to do what is best for someone :
    5. To treat what someone says as important, especially when it upsets you :
    6. Very important to someone :
    7. To remember or learn all of a piece of writing :
    8. Used to say that someone suddenly becomes very sad or disappointed :
    9. To do something as much as you want to :
    10. Not to do something because you do not want to make someone unhappy :
    11. Used to say that someone feels a lot of sympathy for someone :

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