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What does the idiom change of heart mean?
Last Updated: 29th February, 2020
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In this regard, is a change of heart an idiom?
The word means to alter or exchange. If you analyse the meaning of the idiom you see that it means to change the way that one feels about a situation. The heart is often used in reference to feelings. Thus, if you change your heart you change the way that you feel about something.
Subsequently, question is, what causes sudden heart change? A sudden change of heart without an obvious reason is often a triggered emotional response. Some behavior, interaction or new information triggered a negative emotion in your partner and caused them to experience anxiety.
Similarly, it is asked, what is an example of a change of heart in a sentence?
(1) He could have a change of heart and settle down to family life. (2) Several brokers have had a change of heart about prospects for the company. (3) She had a change of heart and decided to stay. (4) He's had a change of heart.
What is an idiom example?
An idiom is a phrase or expression whose meaning can't be understood from the ordinary meanings of the words in it. For example, “Get off my back!” is an idiom meaning “Stop bothering me!” The idiom “You hit the nail on the head” means “You're exactly right.”