Sinónimos de heart en inglés:

heart


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1‘his heart had stopped beating’

SINÓNIMOS
ticker

2‘he poured out his heart to me’

SINÓNIMOS
emotions, feelings, sentiments, soul, mind, bosom, breast
love, affection, passion
sympathy, pity, concern, compassion

3‘he has no heart’

SINÓNIMOS
compassion, sympathy, humanity, feeling, feelings, fellow feeling, concern for others, brotherly love, tender feelings, tenderness, empathy, understanding
kindness, kindliness, goodwill, benevolence, humanitarianism

4‘they may lose heart as the work mounts up’

SINÓNIMOS
enthusiasm, keenness, eagerness, spirit, determination, resolution, resolve, purpose, courage, backbone, spine, nerve, stomach, will, will power, fortitude, bravery, stout-heartedness
coloquial guts, spunk, grit
Britanico coloquial bottle
malsonante balls

5‘right in the heart of the city’

SINÓNIMOS
centre, central part, middle, hub, core, nucleus, kernel, eye, bosom, navel
ANTÓNIMOS

edge

6‘the heart of the matter’

SINÓNIMOS
essence, quintessence, crux, core, nub, root, gist, meat, marrow, pith, substance, sum and substance, essential part, intrinsic nature, kernel, nucleus
coloquial nitty-gritty
ANTÓNIMOS

peripherals


Frases

    from the heart

    ‘I have told the truth from the bottom of my heart’


    SINÓNIMOS
    sincerely, with all one's heart, earnestly, fervently, passionately, truly, truthfully, genuinely, devoutly, heartily, heart and soul, with all sincerity
    take heart

    ‘Mary took heart from the encouragement handed out’


    SINÓNIMOS
    be encouraged, be heartened, be comforted, derive comfort, derive satisfaction
    cheer up, brighten up, perk up, liven up, become livelier, revive
    coloquial buck up
    ANTÓNIMOS

    lose heart

    do one's heart good

    ‘it did the rector's heart good to see so many at church’


    SINÓNIMOS
    give one pleasure, make one happy, cheer, cheer one up, delight, please, gladden, hearten, gratify, satisfy, make one feel good, raise one's spirits, give one a lift, bring joy to
    coloquial give one a buzz, tickle one pink, buck one up
    ANTÓNIMOS

    sadden

    by heart

    ‘I know the poem by heart’


    SINÓNIMOS
    from memory, down pat, by rote, off by heart, word for word, verbatim, parrot-fashion, word-perfect
    Britanico off pat
    in one's heart of hearts

    ‘deep down, in my heart of hearts, I still feel the same’


    SINÓNIMOS
    inwardly, inside, internally, within, deep down, deep down inside, deep within, at heart, in one's mind, to oneself
    privately, secretly, confidentially
    give one's heart to

    ‘he lost his heart to a French girl’


    SINÓNIMOS
    fall in love with, fall for, become infatuated with, be smitten by
    coloquial fall head over heels for, be swept off one's feet by, develop a crush on
    after one's own heart

    ‘he looked like a man after my own heart’


    SINÓNIMOS
    like-minded, of the same mind, similar to oneself, kindred, compatible, congenial, sharing one's tastes
    to one's liking, of the kind that one likes, attractive to one, desirable, attractive, appealing, pleasing
    coloquial on the same wavelength
    ANTÓNIMOS

    dissimilar, unappealing

    at heart

    ‘he's a good lad at heart’


    SINÓNIMOS
    basically, fundamentally, essentially, at bottom, deep down, in essence, intrinsically, innately
    really, actually, truly, in fact, in truth
    au fond
    coloquial when you get right down to it
    ANTÓNIMOS

    superficially

    with one's heart in one's mouth

    ‘she watched with her heart in her mouth as the plane lost height’


    SINÓNIMOS
    in alarm, in fear, fearfully, with apprehension, apprehensively, on edge, in a state of agitation, in a state of nerves, in fear and trembling, with trepidation, in suspense, in a cold sweat, with bated breath, on tenterhooks, with one's stomach in knots
    coloquial with butterflies in one's stomach, in a state, in a stew, all of a dither, in a sweat
    Britanico coloquial having kittens
    Norteamericano coloquial in a twit
    Britanico malsonante shitting bricks, bricking oneself
    anticuado overstrung
    have a heart

    ‘have a heart—this is my last chance’


    SINÓNIMOS
    be compassionate, be kind, be merciful, be lenient, be sympathetic, be considerate, take pity, have mercy
    heart and soul

    ‘they had committed themselves heart and soul to the project’


    SINÓNIMOS
    wholeheartedly, enthusiastically, eagerly, zealously, unreservedly, absolutely, thoroughly, completely, entirely, fully, totally, utterly, body and soul, to the hilt, with open arms, one hundred per cent, all the way