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Mein Herz schlägt schnell.
My heart beats fast.
Wem die Stunde schlägt ...
For whom the bell tolls ...
Da schlägt's dreizehn! [übtr.]
That's the last straw!
Das schlägt dem Fass den Boden aus.
That's outrageous.
Dem Glücklichen schlägt keine Stunde.
Hours do not strike for a happy man.
Pack schlägt sich, Pack verträgt sich.
Cads' fighting when ended is soon mended.
Er schlägt den Weg des geringsten Widerstands ein.
He takes a line of the least resistance.
umschlagen {vi}
umschlagend
umgeschlagen
schlägt um
schlug um
to knock over
knocking over
knocked over
knocks over
knocked over
ausschlagen {vi}
ausschlagend
ausgeschlagen
schlägt aus
schlug aus
to redound
redounding
redounded
redounds
redounded
vorschlagen {vt}
vorschlagend
vorgeschlagen
schlägt vor
schlug vor
to submit
submitting
submitted
submits
submitted
hart schlagen
hart schlagend
hart geschlagen
schlägt hart
schlug hart
to slug
slugging
slugged
slugs
slugged
fehlschlagen {vi}
fehlschlagend
fehlgeschlagen
schlägt fehl
schlug fehl
to backfire
backfiring
backfired
backfires
backfired
(Pferd) ausschlagen {vi}
ausschlagend
ausgeschlagen
schlägt aus
schlug aus
to kick
kicking
kicked
kicks
kicked
niederschlagen {vt}
niederschlagend
niedergeschlagen
schlägt nieder
schlug nieder
to knock down, to knockdown
knocking down
knocked down
knocks down
knocked down
einschlagen auf, mit den Fäusten bearbeiten {vt}
einschlagend
schlägt ein
schlug ein
to pummel, to pommel [Br.]
pummeling, pommelling
pummels, pommels
pummeled, pommeled
schlagen, hauen {vt}
schlagend, hauend
geschlagen, gehauen
schlägt, haut
schlug, haute
to whack, to clout
whacking
whacked
whacks
whacked
schlagen, hauen {vt}
schlagend, hauend
geschlagen, gehauen
schlägt, haut
schlug, haute
to sock [coll.]
socking
socked
socks
socked
(Stimmung) umschlagen {vi}
umschlagend
umgeschlagen
schlägt um
schlug um
es ist
war umgeschlagen
to change suddenly
changing suddenly
changed suddenly
changes suddenly
changed suddenly
it has
had changed suddenly
schlagen, klappern {vt}
schlagend, klappernd
geschlagen, geklappert
schlägt, klappert
schlug, klapperte
to flap
flapping
flapped
flaps
flapped
einschlagen, schlagen {vt} (auf)
einschlagend, schlagend
eingeschlagen, geschlagen
schlägt ein
schlug ein
to batter
battering
battered
batters
battered
zuschlagen
zuschlagend
zugeschlagen
er
sie schlägt zu
ich
er
sie schlug zu
er
sie hat
hatte zugeschlagen
to slam
slamming
slammed
he
she slams
I
he
she slammed
he
she has
had slammed
schlagen, einen Klaps geben {vt}
schlagend, einen Klaps gebend
geschlagen, einen Klaps gegeben
schlägt
schlug
to slap
slapping
slapped
slaps
slapped
kämpfen, sich schlagen
kämpfend, schlagend
gekämpft, sich geschlagen
kämpft, schlägt sich
kämpfte, schlug sich
to battle
battling
battled
battles
battled
ausschlagen, verwerfen {vt}
ausschlagend, verwerfend
ausgeschlagen, verworfen
schlägt aus, verwirft
schlug aus, verwarf
to reject
rejecting
rejected
rejects
rejected
vorschlagen (zu), beantragen {vt}
vorschlagend, beantragend
vorgeschlagen, beantragt
schlägt vor, beantragt
schlug vor, beantragte
to propose (for)
proposing
proposed
proposes
proposed
draufschlagen, verprügeln
draufschlagend, verprügelnd
draufgeschlagen, verprügelt
schlägt drauf, verprügelt
schlug drauf, verprügelte
to slog
slogging
slogged
slogs
slogged
fällen, schlagen, abhauen
fällend, schlagend, abhauend
gefällt, geschlagen, abgehauen
fällt, schlägt, haut ab
fällte, schlüg, haute ab
to fell
felling
felled
fells
felled
klopfen (an), schlagen, stoßen
klopfend, schlagend, stoßend
geklopft, geschlagen, gestoßen
klopft, schlägt, stößt
klopfte, schlug, stieß
to knock (at)
knocking
knocked
knocks
knocked
(kräftig) schlagen, fest zuschlagen
schlagend, fest zuschlagend
geschlagen, fest zugeschlagen
schlägt, schlägt fest zu
schlug, schlug fest zu
to smite {smote, smitten}
smiting
smitten
smites
smote
kondensieren, niederschlagen
kondensierend, niederschlagend
kondensiert, niedergeschlagen
kondensiert, schlägt nieder
kondensierte, schlug nieder
to condense
condensing
condensed
condenses
condensed
schlagen {vt}
schlagend
geschlagen
er
sie schlägt
ich
er
sie schlug
er
sie hat
hatte geschlagen
etw. zu einer festen Masse schlagen
vernichtend geschlagen
to beat {beat, beaten}
beating
beaten
he
she beats
I
he
she beat
he
she has
had beaten
to beat sth. to a thick consistency
badly beaten
peitschen, auspeitschen, schlagen {vt}
peitschend, auspeitschend, schlagend
gepeitscht, ausgepeitscht, geschlagen
peitscht, schlägt
peitschte, schlug
nicht geschlagen
to whip
whipping
whipped
whips
whipped
unwhipped
(vernichtend) schlagen, schwer treffen {vt}
schlagend, schwer treffend
geschlagen, schwer getroffen
schlägt, trifft schwer
schlug, traf schwer
etw. in Stücke schlagen
to smash
smashing
smashed
smashes
smashed
to smash sth. to pieces
einwerfen, einschlagen, einhauen [ugs.] {vt}
einwerfend, einschlagend, einhauend
eingeworfen, eingeschlagen, eingehauen
wirft ein, schlägt ein, haut ein
warf ein, schlug ein, haute ein
to smash
smashing
smashed
smashes
smashed
errichten, aufschlagen, festsetzen {vt}
errichtend, aufschlagend, festsetzend
errichtet, aufgeschlagen, festgesetzt
errichtet, schlägt auf, setzt fest
errichtete, schlug auf, setzte fest
to pitch
pitching
pitched
pitches
pitched
(heftig) schlagen, hauen {vt}
schlagend, hauend
geschlagen, gehauen
er
sie schlägt, er
sie haut
ich
er
sie schlug, ich
er
sie haute
er
sie hat
hatte geschlagen, er
sie hat
hatte gehauen
to bash
bashing
bashed
he
she bashes
I
he
she bashed
he
she has
had bashed
schlagen, stoßen, treffen {vt}
schlagend, stoßend, treffend
geschlagen, gestoßen, getroffen
du schlägst
er
sie schlägt
ich
er
sie schlug
er
sie hat
hatte geschlagen
ich
er
sie schlüge
to strike {struck, struck, stricken}
striking
struck, stricken [old]
you strike
he
she strikes
I
he
she struck
he
she has
had struck
I
he
she would strike
auspeitschen, mit der Peitsche schlagen {vt}
auspeitschend, mit der Peitsche schlagend
ausgepeitscht, mit der Peitsche geschlagen
peitscht aus, schlägt mit der Peitsche
peitschte aus, schlug mit der Peitsche
to lash
lashing
lashed
lashes
lashed
nachschlagen, suchen, betrachten, nachschauen {vt}
nachschlagend, suchend, betrachtend, nachschauend
nachgeschlagen, gesucht, betrachtet, nachgeschaut
er
sie schlägt nach
ich
er
sie schlug nach
er
sie hat
hatte nachgeschlagen
to look up
looking up
looked up
he
she looks up
I
he
she looked up
he
she has
had looked up
einhüllen, einschlagen, einwickeln (in), umhüllen (mit) {vt}
einhüllend, einschlagend, einwickelnd, umhüllend
eingehüllt, eingeschlagen, eingewickelt, umhüllt
hüllt ein, schlägt ein, wickelt ein, umhüllt
hüllte ein, schlug ein, wickelte ein, umhüllte
to cover (with)
covering
covered
covers
covered
zerschmettern, zerschlagen, kaputtschlagen, zusammenschlagen
zerschmetternd, zerschlagend, kaputtschlagend, zusammenschlagend
zerschmettert, zerschlagen, kaputtgeschlagen, zusammengechlagen
zerschmettert, schlägt zusammen, schlägt kaputt, schlägt zusammen
zerschmetterte, schlug zusammen, schlug kaputt, schlug zusammen
to smash
smashing
smashed
smashed
smashed
unterwerfen, besiegen, unterdrücken, überwältigen, niederschlagen
unterwerfend, besiegend, unterdrückend, überwältigend, niederschlagend
unterworfen, besiegt, unterdrückt, überwältigt, niedergeschlagen
unterwirft, besiegt, unterdrückt, überwältigt, schlägt nieder
unterwarf, besiegte, unterdrückte, überwältigte, schlug nieder
to subdue
subduing
subdued
subdues
subdued
vorschlagen, anregen, nahelegen, vorbringen {vt}
vorschlagend, anregend, nahelegend, vorbringend
vorgeschlagen, angeregt, nahegelegt, vorgebracht
schlägt vor, regt an, legt nahe, bringt vor
schlug vor, regte an, legte nahe, brachte vor
Ich möchte dir
Ihnen nahelegen, dass ...
es wurde vorgeschlagen, es wurde angeregt
Ich schlage vor zu gehen.
to suggest
suggesting
suggested
suggests
suggested
I suggest to you that ...
it was suggested
I suggest going.
zurückweisen, abweisen, von sich weisen, ablehnen, ausschlagen, verschmähen {vt}
zurückweisend, abweisend, von sich weisend, ablehnend, ausschlagend, verschmähend
zurückgewiesen, abgewiesen, von sich gewiesen, abgelehnt, ausgeschlagen, verschmäht
weist zurück, weist ab, weist von sich, lehnt ab, schlägt aus, verschmäht
wies zurück, wies ab, wies von sich, lehnte ab, schlug aus, verschmähte
to spurn
spurning
spurned
spurns
spurned
abschlagen, verweigern, verwehren, ablehnen, abweisen, zurückweisen {vt}
abschlagend, verweigernd, verwehrend, ablehnend, abweisend, zurückweisend
abgeschlagen, verweigert, verwehrt, abgelehnt, abgewiesen, zurückgewiesen
schlägt ab, verweigert, verwehrt, lehnt ab, weist ab, weist zurück
schlug ab, verweigerte, verwehrte, lehnte ab, wies ab, wies zurück
Der Server hat die Verbindung abgewiesen. [comp.]
to refuse
refusing
refused
refuses
refused
The server has refused the connection.

Deutsche Synonyme für schlaegt

schlaegt  

Englische Synonyme für My heart beats fast.

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mystery play  Grand Guignol  Passion play  Tom show  antimasque  audience success  ballet  bomb  broadcast drama  burlesque show  charade  cliff hanger  closet drama  comedy drama  critical success  daytime serial  dialogue  documentary drama  drama  dramalogue  dramatic play  dramatic series  duodrama  duologue  epic theater  experimental theater  extravaganza  failure  flop  gasser  giveaway  happening  hit  hit show  improvisational drama  legitimate drama  masque  melodrama  minstrel show  miracle  miracle play  monodrama  monologue  morality  morality play  music drama  musical revue  mystery  opera  pageant  panel show  pantomime  pastoral  pastoral drama  piece  play  playlet  problem play  psychodrama  quiz show  radio drama  review  revue  sensational play  serial  show  sitcom  situation comedy  sketch  skit  soap  soap opera  sociodrama  spectacle  stage play  stage show  straight drama  success  suspense drama  tableau  tableau vivant  talk show  teleplay  television drama  television play  theater of cruelty  total theater  variety show  vaudeville  vaudeville show  vehicle  word-of-mouth success  work  
mystery story  Marchen  Western  Western story  Westerner  adventure story  allegory  apologue  bedtime story  detective story  fable  fabliau  fairy tale  fantasy  fiction  folk story  folktale  gest  ghost story  horse opera  legend  love story  mystery  myth  mythology  mythos  nursery tale  parable  romance  science fiction  shocker  space fiction  space opera  suspense story  thriller  whodunit  work of fiction  
mystic  adept  allegorical  anthroposophist  arcane  cabalist  cabalistic  esoteric  imaginary  impenetrable  inscrutable  magian  magical  mahatma  mystagogue  necromantic  numinous  occult  quixotic  recondite  sorcerous  supernaturalist  symbolical  theosophist  transcendentalist  unaccountable  unguessed  unknowable  visionary  witchy  wizardly  yogi  yogin  yogist  
mystical  absolute  abysmal  allegorical  anagogic  arcane  between the lines  cabalic  cabalistic  cabbalistic  categorical  clandestine  concealed  covert  cryptic  deep  delitescent  divine  dormant  enwrapped in mystery  epiphanic  esoteric  furtive  hibernating  hidden  hole-and-corner  holy  hugger-mugger  hush-hush  indefinable  ineffable  inexplicable  inextricable  insoluble  insolvable  latent  lurking  metaphysic  miraculous  muffled  mysterious  mystic  obfuscated  obscured  occult  possible  potential  preternatural  private  profound  sacred  secret  sleeping  sneak  spiritual  stealthy  submerged  supernatural  supranatural  symbolical  theosophical  theosophist  ultimate  unaccountable  undefinable  under the surface  underlying  unexplainable  uninterpretable  unmanifested  unrevealed  unsolvable  veiled  virtual  
mysticism  afflatus  anagoge  anagogics  anthroposophy  apocalypse  cabala  cabalism  direct communication  divine inspiration  divine revelation  epiphany  esotericism  esoterics  esoterism  esotery  hocus-pocus  inspiration  mumbo jumbo  mystery  mystical experience  mystification  occultism  prophecy  revelation  symbolics  symbolism  theophania  theophany  theopneustia  theopneusty  yoga  yogeeism  yogism  
mystification  Chinese puzzle  amorphousness  anagoge  anagogics  anthroposophy  apparent soundness  burial  burying  cabala  cabalism  casuistry  circularity  closed  clouding  college of Laputa  concealedness  concealment  corruption  covering  covering up  covertness  dark  darkening  darkness  deception  disingenuousness  distortion  equivocalness  equivocation  esotericism  esoterics  esoterism  esotery  evasive reasoning  fallaciousness  fallacy  fog  fogginess  fuzziness  hiddenness  hiding  hocus-pocus  indeterminateness  indistinctness  insincerity  interment  invisibility  jesuitism  jesuitry  masking  misapplication  misdirection  misguidance  misinformation  misinstruction  misknowledge  misleading  mist  misteaching  mistiness  mumbo jumbo  murk  murkiness  mystery  mysticism  obfuscation  obscurantism  obscuration  obscurement  obscurity  occultation  occultism  opacity  oversubtlety  perplexity  perversion  philosophism  plausibility  plausibleness  putting away  rationalization  screening  secrecy  secretion  shapelessness  sophism  sophistical reasoning  sophistication  sophistry  special pleading  speciosity  specious reasoning  speciousness  subterfuge  subtlety  symbolics  symbolism  unclarity  unclearness  uncommunicativeness  unplainness  vagueness  vicious circle  vicious reasoning  why  yoga  yogeeism  yogism  
mystified  addled  at a loss  at a nonplus  at a stand  at a standstill  at an impasse  baffled  bamboozled  beat  bewildered  buffaloed  confounded  dazed  floored  fuddled  in a dilemma  in suspense  licked  muddled  nonplussed  on tenterhooks  perplexed  puzzled  stuck  stumped  thrown  
mystify  addle  amaze  around the bush  baffle  bamboozle  beat  beat about  beg the question  bewilder  bicker  boggle  buffalo  cavil  choplogic  complicate  confound  confuse  corrupt  daze  dodge  equivocate  evade  evade the issue  fence  floor  flummox  fool  fuddle  garble  get  hedge  hoax  humbug  jumble  keep in suspense  lick  make unintelligible  maze  misadvise  misdirect  miseducate  misguide  misinform  misinstruct  mislead  misteach  mix up  muddle  nitpick  nonplus  obfuscate  obscure  palter  parry  perplex  pervert  pick nits  prevaricate  pussyfoot  puzzle  quibble  scramble  shadow  shift  shuffle  shy  sidestep  split hairs  stick  stump  tergiversate  throw  
mystifying  baffling  bewildering  bothering  confounding  confusing  dark  discomposing  disconcerting  dismaying  distracting  disturbing  embarrassing  enigmatic  intricate  mysterious  perplexing  perturbing  problematic  puzzling  upsetting  
mystique  assumption  attitude  aura  blaze of glory  brilliance  brilliancy  charisma  climate of opinion  common belief  community sentiment  conceit  concept  conception  conclusion  consensus gentium  consideration  cult  cultism  envelope  estimate  estimation  ethos  eye  feeling  general belief  glamour  glory  halo  idea  illustriousness  impression  inscrutability  ism  judgment  lights  luster  magic  mind  mystery  nimbus  notion  numinousness  observation  opinion  personal judgment  point of view  popular belief  position  posture  presumption  preternaturalism  prevailing belief  public belief  public opinion  radiance  reaction  resplendence  resplendency  sentiment  sight  splendor  stance  strangeness  supernaturalism  theory  thinking  thought  view  way of thinking  
myth  Marchen  Mishnah  Spiritus Mundi  Sunna  Talmud  Western  Western story  Westerner  adventure story  allegory  ancient wisdom  apologue  apparition  archetypal myth  archetypal pattern  bedtime story  brainchild  bubble  canard  chimera  cock-and-bull story  common law  concoction  creation  custom  delirium  detective story  eidolon  epic  extravaganza  fable  fabliau  fabrication  fairy tale  falsehood  fancy  fantasque  fantasy  fib  fiction  figment  folk motif  folk story  folklore  folktale  forgery  gest  ghost story  hallucination  history  horse opera  idle fancy  illusion  imagery  imagination  imagining  immemorial usage  insubstantial image  invention  legend  lie  lore  love story  maggot  make-believe  mystery  mystery story  mythology  mythos  nursery tale  parable  phantasm  phantom  prevarication  racial memory  romance  saga  science fiction  shocker  sick fancy  space fiction  space opera  story  suspense story  tall tale  thick-coming fancies  thriller  tradition  traditionalism  traditionality  trip  untruth  vapor  vision  whim  whimsy  whodunit  whopper  wildest dreams  work of fiction  
mythical  acclaimed  allegoric  allegorical  celebrated  chimerical  concocted  cooked-up  created  distinguished  exceptional  extraordinary  fabled  fabricated  fabulous  famed  famous  fancied  fanciful  fantasied  fantastic  far-famed  far-heard  fictional  fictitious  fictive  figmental  forged  hatched  honored  imaginary  indescribable  ineffable  invented  legendary  made-up  make-believe  manufactured  marked  marvelous  much acclaimed  mythic  mythicized  mythified  mythological  mythopoeic  mythopoetic  nonactual  nonfactual  nonrealistic  notable  noted  noteworthy  notorious  of mark  of note  parabolic  phenomenal  popular  portentous  prodigious  put-up  remarkable  renowned  romantic  romanticized  storied  stupefying  stupendous  supposititious  symbolic  talked-about  talked-of  traditional  trumped-up  unexampled  unparalleled  unprecedented  unreal  unspeakable  untrue  visionary  well-known  wonderful  

Lexikoneinträge für My heart beats fast.

False-heart (a.) False-hearted.
Fast (v. i.) To abstain from food
Fast (v. i.) To practice abstinence as a religious exercise or duty
Fast (v. i.) Abstinence from food
Fast (v. i.) Voluntary abstinence from food, for a space of time, as a spiritual discipline, or as a token of religious humiliation.
Fast (v. i.) A time of fasting, whether a day, week, or longer time
Fast (v.) Firmly fixed
Fast (v.) Firm against attack
Fast (v.) Firm in adherence
Fast (v.) Permanent
Fast (v.) Tenacious
Fast (v.) Not easily disturbed or broken
Fast (v.) Moving rapidly
Fast (v.) Given to pleasure seeking
Fast (a.) In a fast, fixed, or firmly established manner
Fast (a.) In a fast or rapid manner
Fast (n.) That which fastens or holds
Fast-handed (a.) Close-handed
Fast (n.) The shaft of a column, or trunk of pilaster.
Heart (n.) A hollow, muscular organ, which, by contracting rhythmically, keeps up the circulation of the blood.
Heart (n.) The seat of the affections or sensibilities, collectively or separately, as love, hate, joy, grief, courage, and the like
Heart (n.) The nearest the middle or center
Heart (n.) Courage
Heart (n.) Vigorous and efficient activity
Heart (n.) That which resembles a heart in shape
Heart (n.) One of a series of playing cards, distinguished by the figure or figures of a heart
Heart (n.) Vital part
Heart (n.) A term of affectionate or kindly and familiar address.
Heart (v. t.) To give heart to
Heart (v. i.) To form a compact center or heart
Heart-eating (a.) Preying on the heart.
Heart-robbing (a.) Depriving of thought
Heart-robbing (a.) Stealing the heart or affections
Heart's-ease (n.) Ease of heart
Heart's-ease (n.) A species of violet (Viola tricolor)
Heart-spoon (n.) A part of the breastbone.
Heart-whole (a.) Having the heart or affections free
Heart-whole (a.) With unbroken courage
Heart-whole (a.) Of a single and sincere heart.
Heart-wounded (a.) Wounded to the heart with love or grief.
Lion-heart (n.) A very brave person.
Pseudo-heart (n.) Any contractile vessel of invertebrates which is not of the nature of a real heart, especially one of those pertaining to the excretory system.
White-heart (n.) A somewhat heart-shaped cherry with a whitish skin.

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trick fast one a a cunning or deceitful action or device, he played a trick on me, he pulled a fast one and got away with it
fast track a rapid means of achieving a goal, they saw independence as the fast track to democracy, he took a fast track to the top of the corporate ladder, the company went off the fast track when the stock market dropped
fast break (basketball) a rapid dash to get a shot as soon as possible after taking possession of the ball
cardiac massage
heart massage
an emergency procedure that employs rhythmic compression of the heart (either through the chest wall or, during surgery, directly to the heart) in an attempt to maintain circulation during cardiac arrest
heart surgery any surgical procedure involving the heart
closed-heart surgery heart surgery in which a small incision is made (the chest cavity is not opened)
open-heart surgery heart surgery in which the rib cage is spread open, the heart is stopped and blood is detoured through a heart-lung machine while a heart valve or coronary artery is surgically repaired
fast
fasting
abstaining from food
heart urchin sea urchin having a heart-shaped body in a rigid spiny shell
artificial heart a pump that replaces the natural heart
cardiac monitor
heart monitor
a piece of electronic equipment for continual observation of the function of the heart
fast lane the traffic lane for vehicles that are moving rapidly
fast reactor nuclear reactor in which nuclear fissions are caused by fast neutrons because little or no moderator is used
heart a playing card in the major suit that has one or more red hearts on it, he led the queen of hearts, hearts were trumps
heart-lung machine a pump to maintain circulation during heart surgery, diverts blood from the heart and oxygenates it and then pumps it through the body
heart valve an implant that replaces a natural cardiac valve
Jarvik heart
Jarvik artificial heart
a kind of artificial heart that has been used with some success
sodium thiopental
phenobarbital
phenobarbitone
Luminal
purple heart
a long-acting barbiturate used as a sedative
heart spirit an inclination or tendency of a certain kind, he had a change of heart
cardiac rhythm
heart rhythm
the rhythm of a beating heart
heart mettle nerve
spunk
the courage to carry on, he kept fighting on pure spunk, you haven't got the heart for baseball
fast lane a hectic and pressured lifestyle often characterized by recklessness or dissipation, life in fashion's fast lane has taught her a lot
heart
pump
ticker
the hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs, its rhythmic contractions move the blood through the body, he stood still, his heart thumping wildly
athlete's heart enlarged heart commonly found among athletes trained for endurance
biauriculate heart a heart (as of mammals and birds and reptiles) having two auricles
cardiac muscle
heart muscle
the muscle tissue of the heart, adapted to continued rhythmic contraction
ventricle heart ventricle a chamber of the heart that receives blood from an atrium and pumps it to the arteries
atrium cordis
atrium of the heart
the upper chamber of each half of the heart
right atrium
right atrium of the heart
atrium dextrum
the right upper chamber of the heart that receives blood from the venae cavae and coronary sinus
left atrium
left atrium of the heart
atrium sinistrum
the left upper chamber of the heart that receives blood from the pulmonary veins
heart valve
cardiac valve
a valve to control one-way flow of blood
heart
bosom
the locus of feelings and intuitions, in your heart you know it is true, her story would melt your bosom
kernel
substance core
center
centre
essence
gist
heart heart and soul
inwardness marrow
meat
nub
pith
sum
nitty-gritty f a e a c
the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience, the gist of the prosecutor's argument, the heart and soul of the Republican Party, the nub of the story
Order of the Purple Heart
Purple Heart
a United States military decoration awarded to any member of the armed forces who is wounded in action
heart-to-heart an intimate talk in private, he took me aside for a little heart-to-heart
broken heart devastating sorrow and despair, he is recovering from a broken heart, a broken heart languishes here
affection
affectionateness
fondness
tenderness heart warmness
warmheartedness
philia
a positive feeling of liking, he had trouble expressing the affection he felt, the child won everyone's heart, the warmness of his welcome made us feel right at home
fast food inexpensive food (hamburgers or chicken or milkshakes) prepared and served quickly
heart a firm rather dry variety meat (usually beef or veal), a five-pound beef heart will serve six
artichoke heart the tender fleshy center of the immature artichoke flower
heart cherry
oxheart
oxheart cherry
large heart-shaped sweet cherry with soft flesh
bullock's heart
Jamaica apple
large heart-shaped tropical fruit with soft acid pulp
beat generation
beats
beatniks
a United States youth subculture of the s, rejected possessions or regular work or traditional dress, for communal living and psychedelic drugs and anarchism, favored modern forms of jazz (e.g., bebop)
center centre middle
heart
eye
an area that is approximately central within some larger region, it is in the center of town, they ran forward into the heart of the struggle, they were in the eye of the storm
Alabama
Heart of Dixie
Camellia State
AL
a state in the southeastern United States on the Gulf of Mexico, one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
bleeding heart someone who is excessively sympathetic toward those who claim to be exploited or underprivileged
cardiologist
heart specialist
heart surgeon
a specialist in cardiology, a specialist in the structure and function and disorders of the heart
bullock's heart
bullock's heart tree
bullock heart
Annona reticulata
small tropical American tree bearing a bristly heart-shaped acid tropical fruit
heartleaf heart-leaf Asarum virginicum evergreen low-growing perennial having mottled green and silvery-grey heart-shaped pungent leaves, Virginia to South Carolina
heartleaf heart-leaf Asarum shuttleworthii wild ginger having persistent heart-shaped pungent leaves, West Virginia to Alabama
bleeding heart
lyreflower
lyre-flower
Dicentra spectabilis
garden plant having deep-pink drooping heart-shaped flowers
heart-leaved aster
Aster cordifolius
perennial wood aster of eastern North America
mockernut
mockernut hickory
black hickory white-heart hickory
big-bud hickory
Carya tomentosa
smooth-barked North American hickory with to leaflets bearing a hard-shelled edible nut
heart cherry
oxheart
oxheart cherry
any of several cultivated sweet cherries having sweet juicy heart-shaped fruits
balloon vine
heart pea
Cardiospermum halicacabum
woody perennial climbing plant with large ornamental seed pods that resemble balloons, tropical India and Africa and America
fast buck
quick buck
quick or easy earnings, they are traders out to make a fast buck
heart a plane figure with rounded sides curving inward at the top and intersecting at the bottom, conventionally used on playing cards and valentines, he drew a heart and called it a valentine
line of heart
heart line
love line
mensal line
a crease on the palm, palmists say it indicates your emotional nature
coronary heart disease a heart disease due to an abnormality of the arteries that supply blood and oxygen to the heart
heart disease
cardiopathy
a disease of the heart
heart failure
coronary failure
inability of the heart to pump enough blood to sustain normal bodily functions
valvular heart disease heart disease caused by stenosis of the cardiac valves and obstructed blood flow or caused by degeneration and blood regurgitation
congestive heart failure inability to pump enough blood to avoid congestion in the tissues
heart attack a sudden severe instance of abnormal heart function
rheumatic heart disease heart disease caused by recurrent episodes of rheumatic fever, characterized by changes in the myocardium or scarring of the heart valves that reduce the power of the heart to pump blood
cardiomegaly
megalocardia
megacardia
enlarged heart
an abnormal enlargement of the heart, mild cardiomegaly is common in athletes
heart murmur
cardiac murmur
murmur
an abnormal sound of the heart, sometimes a sign of abnormal function of the heart valves
heart block
Adams-Stokes syndrome
Stokes-Adams syndrome
atrioventricular block
recurrent sudden attacks of unconsciousness caused by impaired conduction of the impulse that regulates the heartbeat
congenital heart defect a birth defect involving the heart
fast time scale (simulation) the time scale used in data processing when the time-scale factor is less than one
fast day a day designated for fasting
major fast day one of two major fast days on the Jewish calendar
minor fast day one of five minor fast days on the Jewish calendar
Tishah b'Av
Tishah b'Ab
Tisha b'Av
Tisha b'Ab
Ninth of Av
Ninth of Ab
Fast of Av
Fast of Ab
(Judaism) a major fast day on the Jewish calendar commemorating the destruction of the temples in Jerusalem
Fast of Gedaliah (Judaism) a minor fast day on Tishri that commemorates the killing of the Jewish governor of Judah
Fast of Tevet (Judaism) a minor fast day on Tevetcommemorates the beginning of the siege of Jerusalem and has also been proclaimed a memorial day for the six million Jews who died in the Holocaust
Fast of Esther (Judaism) a minor fast day on Adar commemorates three days that Esther fasted before approaching the Persian king on behalf of the Jewish people, the fast is connected with Purim
Fast of the Firstborn (Judaism) a minor fast day on Nissan that is observed only by firstborn males, it is observed on the day before Passover
Fast of Tammuz (Judaism) a minor fast day on Tammuz when the walls of Jerusalem were breached
pulse
pulse rate
heart rate
the rate at which the heart beats, usually measured to obtain a quick evaluation of a person's health
beats per minute
bpm
metronome marking
M.M.
the pace of music measured by the number of beats occurring inseconds
fast dye dye with fast colors, These shirts should be fast-dyed
attend to
take to heart
get down to, pay attention to, take seriously, Attend to your duties, please
stand pat
stand firm
hold firm
stand fast
refuse to abandon one's opinion or belief
fast abstain from eating, Before the medical exam, you must fast
fast abstain from certain foods, as for religious or medical reasons, Catholics sometimes fast during Lent
adhere
hold fast
bond
bind stick
stick to
stick to firmly, Will this wallpaper adhere to the wall?
break someone's heart 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
take heart
buck up
gain courage
flim-flam
play a joke on play tricks
trick
fob
fox
pull a fast one on
play a trick on
c
deceive somebody, We tricked the teacher into thinking that class would be cancelled next week
fast asleep(p)
sound asleep(p)
sleeping deeply, lying fast asleep on the sofa, it would be cruel to wake him, he's sound asleep
fast (of a photographic lens or emulsion) causing a shortening of exposure time, a fast lens
firm
loyal
truehearted
fast(a)
unwavering in devotion to friend or vow or cause, a firm ally, loyal supporters, the true-hearted soldier...of Tippecanoe- Campaign song for William Henry Harrison, fast friends
fast acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly, fast film, on the fast track in school, set a fast pace, a fast car
fast-breaking occurring rapidly as a series of events in rapid succession, the broadcast was interrupted by a fast-breaking news story about the invasion
fast-paced of communication that proceeds rapidly, a fast-paced talker, fast-paced fiction
fast at a rapid tempo, the band played a fast fox trot
fast (used of timepieces) indicating a time ahead of or later than the correct time, my watch is fast
swift-footed
fast-footed
having rapidly moving feet
fast
firm
immobile
securely fixed in place, the post was still firm after being hit by the car

 

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