be all heart Definition in British English Dictionary
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be all heart

to be very kind and generous. This phrase is often used humorously, especially in the UK, to mean the opposite: She's all heart.humorous "He deserves all he gets." "Oh, you're all heart (= you are not kind)!"
Translations of “be all heart”
in Chinese (Traditional) 心地善良(常用作反語,以示幽默)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 心地善良(常用作反语,以示幽默)…
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