10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HAVE ONE'S HEART IN IT»
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The Chambers Dictionary
... from the bottom of one's heart most sincerely; have a heart (usu in imperative)
to show pity or kindness; have at heart to cherish as a matter of deep interest;
have one's heart in it (often in neg) to have enthusiasm for what one is doing;
Chabers 21st Century Dictionary
have one's heart in it usually with negatives to have enthusiasm for what one is
doing. • have one's heart in one's boots to feel a sinking of the spirit. • have one's
heart in one's mouth or throat to be very frightened, worried, anxious or excited.
Chambers concise dictionary
... attitude, etc. have a heart to show pity or kindness have someone or something
at heart to cherish them or it as a matter of deep interest, have one's heart in it
usu with negatives to have enthusiasm for what one is doing, have one's heart in
Concise English Dictionary
to show pity or kindness; have at heart to cherish as a matter of deep interest,
have one's heart in it (often in neg.) to have enthusiasm for what one is doing;
have one's heart In one's boots to feel a sinking of the heart: have inn's heart in
Linguistic Perspectives from the Classroom: Language ...
Not have one's heart in it |Sla-095 212|. BODY (HEART) 45. Not lift a finger [\V2f-
012 086|. BODY (FINGER) 46. Pick up the thread |Sla-005 061|. CLOTHES (
YARN, THREAD) 47. Play hard-to-get |W2c-007 O1l|. GAMES AND SPORTS 48.
Culture, Body, and Language: Conceptualizations of Internal ...
An explication for the expression to have (one's) heart in it, associated with
heart3, is given in [F]. It depicts someone with a goal intended to be of high
benefit to someone, understanding and accepting the need to do certain things
for some ...
Farzad Sharifian, René Dirven, Ning Yu, 2008
Between Two Worlds: The Construction of the Ottoman State
... were no anti-war sentiments. But the raiders apparently felt that as long as
fighting was bound to occur, one might as well have one's heart in it. On anti-war
poetry in Anatolian Turkish, see Ilhan Ba§goz, Folklor Taz1lan (Istanbul, 1986),
... a few need be mentioned: Ptg. acordar 'wake up', recordar (often with the same
meaning), possibly decorar 'learn by heart'; Fr. ne pas avoir le cwur á l'ouvrage '
not have one's heart in it', prendre une chose á cceur 'take something to heart', ...
George Melville Bolling, Bernard Bloch, 1941
... to say on what he grounded the opinion, he could answer only that the lad did
not seem to have his heart in it. But if, to be a good man of business, it is not
enough to do one's duty scrupulously, but one must have one's heart in it, there is
Ecclesiastes: Or, The Preacher. A New Translation, with ...
Cf. our expression "to have one's heart in it." Of this verse M.J. remarks: "There is
not much sense even in a funeral oration although it is apt to be better than an
after-dinner speech." R.G. regards this verse as a gloss. 5. than the song of fools.
Arnold Danvers Power, 1952