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steal (one's) heart

To captivate someone; to instill in someone a deep affection or love. The young actress has stolen the nation's heart. I'm married, and I know this is wrong, but you've stolen my heart.
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steal someone's heart

Fig. to capture someone's affections; to cause someone to fall in love with oneself. When I first met him, I knew he would steal my heart away. And he did.
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steal (someone's) heart

To win one's affection or love.
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The artistic designs and floral patterns on Iranian carpets steal hearts of the visitors.
Gemma Clarkson is sure to steal hearts as Snow White while Holly Comber-Moccia, whose stage presence as Belle in Beauty and the Beast earlier this year charmed many, plays Prince Ferdinand.
Many industry watchdogs have begun speculating that Microsoft is positioning the fact it will offer voice capabilities natively on the platform as an attempt to steal hearts and minds away from Apple's iPhone, which the speech industry has blasted since its introduction nearly two years ago for not including native voice technologies.
With his soul-stirring performance of 'Bewaja' coupled with his duet with Ali Sethi on 'Umran Lagiyaan' in Season 8, Nabeel Shaukat returns to Coke Studio Season 10 set to steal hearts again with his heart-warming voice.