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Arabic translation of “heart”

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heart

noun
 
/hɑːt/
A2 the organ inside your chest that sends blood around your body
قَلْب
My heart was beating fast.
B1 the centre of something
مَرْكَز
Her office is in the heart of Tokyo.
B1 someone’s deepest feelings and true character
فؤاد
She has a kind heart.
a shape that is used to mean love
قَلْب
with all your heart used to say that you feel something very strongly
مِنْ أعماق قَلْبِك
I thank you with all my heart.
break someone’s heart to make someone very unhappy
يُحَطِّم فؤاد …
set your heart on something to want to get or achieve something very much
يَعقِد العَزم عَلى / يَتوق بِشِدّة إلى
She’s set her heart on having a pony.
to your heart’s content If you do something to your heart’s content, you do something enjoyable for as long as you want to do it
عَلى قَدر ما تُريد
You’ve got a whole week to yourself and you can read to your heart’s content.
hearts [plural] one of the four suits (= groups) of playing cards
كوبة
the five of hearts
Translations of “heart”
in Korean 심장, 중심, 마음…
in French coeur, courage, (de) coeur…
in Italian cuore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 器官, 心臟…
in Russian сердце, центр, душа…
in Turkish kalp, yürek, merkez…
in Polish serce, dusza…
in Spanish corazón, centro, meollo…
in Portuguese coração…
in German das Herz, Herz-…, die Mitte…
in Catalan cor, centre…
in Japanese 心臓, (~の)中心, 胸の内…
in Chinese (Simplified) 器官, 心脏…
(Definition of heart from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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