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heart

noun [C] (ORGAN)
器官
 
 
/hɑːt/ US  /hɑːrt/
the organ in your chest that sends the blood around your body
心脏
heart disease/failure
心脏病/心力衰竭
He's got a weak/bad heart (= His heart is not healthy).
他的心脏不太好。
Isabel's heart was beating fast with fright.
伊莎贝尔因为恐惧而心跳加快。
The circulatory system and blood
(Definition of heart noun (ORGAN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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