heart-to-heart : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an intimate talk in private
he took me aside for a little heart-to-heart
- s openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness
a heart-to-heart talk
- THE FULL FRONTAL Total body contact, heart-to-heart embrace and firm squeeze.
- He left the school after a heart-to-heart with Davis about his lack of progress.
- For boomers concerned that Mom and Dad's elder care is a looming time bomb, she says, this is a perfect time to have a heart-to-heart talk with them about their finances.
- Dianne Feinstein in The Associated Press
I want to just have a little heart-to-heart talk with you, if I might,Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said when time came for her to question Kagan. "Just you and me?"
- President Bush in The Australian
But "if the signal is that Iran is constructive, I will have to have a heart-to-heart with my friend, the prime minister, because I don't believe they are constructive," said Mr Bush, who called Iran "a very troubling nation."
- Adam Scott in USA Today
We just told each other what we thought about what's going on out there, a bit of a heart-to-heart, because we knew I was close to playing really well,Scott said of his talk with Tony Navarro. "Our idea was to come out and be focused, and...