put (one's) heart (and soul) into (something)

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put (one's) heart (and soul) into (something)

To do something with one's maximum effort and passion. I can't believe I put my heart and soul into this script only to have the studio reject it.
See also: heart, put

put one's heart (and soul) into something

Fig. to put all of one's sincere efforts into something. She put her heart and soul into the singing of the national anthem. Come on, choir. You can sing better than that. Put your heart into it!
See also: heart, put
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HEALTHY EATING: Students at Kirby College of Further Education in Middlesbrough had put their hearts into a healthy eating project in March 1988.
Staff at a Cumbrian advertising agency put their hearts into a bid to win the job of persuading people to love the Lake District.
If you ignore their needs, they grumble or object--and even if you have the power to force them to do what you say, they don't put their hearts into it.
They realize that if they can climb to the top of this mountain - something they weren't sure they could do or maybe thought they couldn't do - they can achieve any goal if they put their hearts into it.
Marcoux will also share the honour with the more than 14,000 employees who make up Transcontinental, reflecting, "in the business world, the men and women who put their hearts into making a company work deserve our respect, no matter where they are in the hierarchy.
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