break someone's heart


break someone's heart
1) to upset someone very much, especially by letting them know that you do not love them. You can also say that someone's heart breaks or that they have a broken heart

Friends and relatives said she died of a broken heart.

2) it breaks someone's heart
spoken used for saying that something upsets someone very much

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • break someone's heart — break (someone s) heart 1. to make someone who loves you very sad, especially by telling them you do not love them any more. He broke my heart, but I ll never forget him. 2. if an unpleasant situation or event breaks your heart, it makes you feel …   New idioms dictionary

  • break someone's heart — ► break someone s heart overwhelm someone with sadness. Main Entry: ↑heart …   English terms dictionary

  • break someone's heart — verb cause deep emotional pain and grief to somebody The young man broke the girl s heart when he told her was going to marry her best friend • Hypernyms: ↑pain, ↑anguish, ↑hurt • Verb Frames: Somebody s somebody Something s somebody …   Useful english dictionary

  • break someone's heart — idi break someone s heart, to cause someone to be devastated by sorrow or disappointment …   From formal English to slang

  • break someone's heart — overwhelm someone with sadness. → heart …   English new terms dictionary

  • break someone's heart — verb To cause a person to feel grief or sadness. Dont go breaking my heart; See Also: heartbreaker, heart breaking …   Wiktionary

  • break someone's heart — v. (Informal) cause someone to be sad, make someone feel disappointed …   English contemporary dictionary

  • break one's heart — disappoint someone very much, cause someone grief …   English contemporary dictionary

  • heart — [ hart ] noun *** ▸ 1 organ that pumps blood ▸ 2 area of chest with heart ▸ 3 your feelings ▸ 4 inner central part ▸ 5 shape representing love ▸ 6 suit of playing cards ▸ 7 most important part ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count the organ in your chest that… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • heart — [härt] n. [ME herte < OE heorte, akin to Ger herz < IE base * k̑erd , k̑ṙd , heart > L cor, (gen. cordis), Gr kardia, OIr cride, Serb sr̈ce] 1. a) the hollow, muscular organ in a vertebrate animal that receives blood from the veins and… …   English World dictionary