have (one's) heart in (something)(redirected from had your heart in something)
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have (one's) heart in (something)
To be emotionally and enthusiastically involved in something; to do or undertake something with passion and zeal. My mom really has her heart in her new business. By all rights, our team should have won the game, but I guess they just didn't have their hearts in it.
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have (or put) your heart inbe (or become) keenly involved in or committed to an enterprise.
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