to one's heart's content


to one's heart's content
phrasal
: to the point of complete satisfaction or satiety : to the limits of one's will or pleasure

eat to you heart's content

printers imported any foreign books they thought would be popular … and reprinted them to their heart's content — Margaret Nicholson

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to one's heart's content
As much as one wishes
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Main Entry:heart

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to the full extent of one's desires

the children could run and play to their heart's content


Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • to one's heart's content — {adv. phr.} To the extent of one s wishes; one s complete satisfaction. * /There is a wonderful small restaurant nearby where you can eat to your heart s content./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • to one's heart's content — {adv. phr.} To the extent of one s wishes; one s complete satisfaction. * /There is a wonderful small restaurant nearby where you can eat to your heart s content./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • to one's heart's content — ► to one s heart s content to the full extent of one s desires. Main Entry: ↑content …   English terms dictionary

  • to\ one's\ heart's\ content — adv. phr. To the extent of one s wishes; one s complete satisfaction. There is a wonderful small restaurant nearby where you can eat to your heart s content …   Словарь американских идиом

  • to one's heart's content — as much as one wants. → contend for …   English new terms dictionary

  • to one's heart's content — adverb Until satisfied; as much as is wished …   Wiktionary

  • Heart's Content, Newfoundland and Labrador — Infobox Settlement official name = Heart s Content other name = native name = nickname = settlement type = Town motto = imagesize = image caption = flag size = image seal size = image shield = shield size = city logo = citylogo size = pushpin… …   Wikipedia

  • 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

  • content — Ⅰ. content [1] ► ADJECTIVE ▪ in a state of peaceful happiness or satisfaction. ► VERB 1) satisfy; please. 2) (content oneself with) accept (something) as adequate despite wanting something more or better. ► NOUN …   English terms dictionary

  • content — 1. Content is pronounced with stress on the second syllable as a verb (see 2), adjective, and noun (meaning ‘a contented state’: see 3), and on the first syllable as a noun (meaning ‘what is contained’: see 4). 2. Content oneself with (not by) is …   Modern English usage


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