Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Heart"

The meaning of "Heart" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I just feel like my heart is going to hurt because it's full of rainbows mean?
A: @boboro0623: Oh, ok. The man was probably making a joke. It means he's ridiculously happy or touched by something heartwarming. Does that make sense? It's like saying "I'm so happy I could cry!"
Q: What does To dance my heart out mean?
A: If it involves emotion, then yes

Otherwise you can use, "go all out, give all your sweat!"

But "your heart out" isn't wrong, it's like "Ganbatte kudasai!"
Q: What does I am a romantic and I say follow your heart. mean?
A: I am a romantic: this means you are romantic in love...you believe that there is a perfect person out there for you, you like flowers & soft music on a date, etc.

Follow your heart: this means to listen to your heart (desire), not your brain (logic)...your heart will tell you who the right guy/girl for you is...follow your dreams, etc.
Q: What does ((Eat your heart out)) mean?
A: It means to suffer from excessive longing for someone or something unattainable. I hope that answered your question.
Q: What does a heart falls on you mean?
A: They mean a literal heart. A whale's heart is so large and heavy that it could physically crush you if it fell on you.

Example sentences using "Heart"

Q: Please show me example sentences with by heart.
A: 'I have finally learned the information by heart'.
'The teacher makes sure that her student learn the poems by heart'.
'My friends learned my phone number by heart'.
'The historian knows many dates by heart'.

Hope this helps :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with ✓at heart.
A: Although he is sixty, he is very young at heart - he acts like a twelve year old.
He appears to have a very tough attitude, although at heart he is quite a shy and sensitive person.
Q: Please show me example sentences with heart failure .
A:

heart failure is a increasing problem in society.

The doctor said he died of massive heart failure.
Q: Please show me example sentences with by heart.
A: @dtmsmn Pretty good! Here is how I would say it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with at heart.
A: I still feel like a teenager at heart. (Speaker is older)

I feel like a country girl at heart. (Speaker lives in the city)

I have his best interests at heart. (Speaker cares about subject)

Synonyms of "Heart" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between heart and core ?
A: The heart is an organ, a core is the centre of something, and acts as the base for the rest of the structure, though they can be synonymous with each other, such as in " at the core of it/ at the heart of it "
Q: What is the difference between my heart beating and my heart racing ?
A: "My heart is racing" means my heart is beating fast.
Q: What is the difference between my heart is throbbing and my heart is fluttering ?
A: Mmmm i dont know.... maybe "my heart was beating so fast" but i dont think your veins would throb hahah
Q: What is the difference between His heart seems bad and His heart seems to be bad ?
A: There really isn't much difference, in my opinion, you can say it however you like.
Q: What is the difference between "My heart is racing" and "My heart is pounding" ?
A: I think "heart racing" can sound a little more romantic. For example:
Every time he looks in my eyes, it makes my heart race. (Here it means "I get excited".)

You could use "heart pound" in this example, but it could possibly also be interpreted that he makes me feel scared.

Translations of "Heart"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? there's so much of you in my heart
A: You mean so much to me.
I love you with all my heart.
You are always in my thoughts.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? there's so much of you in my heart
A: You can say this a few different ways.

"My heart is full of you."

"You have my heart."

"My heart is yours."

"I love you."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hurt and heart (pronunciation)
A: Closer, but you are pronouncing an e sound. The Hu sound together like "her" so try saying it as in her-t
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ❤️女性の どんなところにドキッとしますか?❤️ ドキッ means your heart is racing Some of the answers to the questions are A: The sound of high heels ハイヒールの音 B: lips 唇 くちびる C: when wearing glasses メガネをかけてる時
A: What about a woman makes your heart race?

A: The sound of her high heels.
B: Her lips.
C: When she wears glasses.

You could also make "a woman" plural ("women") and the answers would then be:

A: The sound of their high heels.
B: Their lips.
C: When they wear glasses.

The difference between using plural and singular are pretty minor, but I'd say using singular makes it sound like a more intimate question, while plural sounds more objective and maybe scientific.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ❤️女性の どんなところにドキッとしますか?❤️ ドキッ means your heart is racing Some of the answers to the questions are A: The sound of high heels ハイヒールの音 B: lips 唇 くちびる C: when wearing glasses メガネをかけてる時
A: "What part of a woman makes your heart race?" または "What part of a woman gets you excited?"

Other questions about "Heart"

Q: Stormy heart in you. does this sound natural?
A: Do you mean something like, "your stormy heart"? This sounds very poetic, but makes sense.
Q: she pretend to me that she is strong, but actually she has a soft heart. does this sound natural?
A: She pretends that she's strong, but she actually has a soft heart.
Q: You are very special to me and dare to my heart. What does that mean?
A: You are very special to me and dear to my heart.

Long way of saying I love you.
Q: Ah, my heart is hopping! does this sound natural?
A: My heart is pounding / racing.
Hopping is what rabbits do. 😃
Q: The heart is one of the most complex and amazing organs in our organism. Actually, several diseases alter its function which could cause human dead. does this sound natural?
A: You got the point across very well. Great job! But it would make more sense to say "in our body" than "in our organism." Use the term "death" instead of "dead" as "dead" is a describing word, an adjective, where "death" is a verb, or an action/something that happens. And use another transition, as in linking one sentence to the other. "Actually" doesn't work here. "However" "Yet there are several..." Make more sense as it brings up another point in the topic.

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