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Meaning of “heart-to-heart” - Learner’s Dictionary

heart-to-heart

noun [C]     /ˌhɑːttəˈhɑːt/
a serious conversation between two people in which they talk honestly about their feelingsInformal talking and conversationAdmitting and confessing
Translations of “heart-to-heart”
in Chinese (Traditional) 促膝談心,交心…
in Russian разговор по душам…
in Turkish dertleşme, samimi/içten sohbet, iç dökme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 促膝谈心,交心…
in Polish rozmowa w cztery oczy…
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