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.
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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!
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If not, it gives me something to look forward to the following year." Siobhan Mackin, a 19-year-old dancer from the New Jersey-based De Nogla School and another three-time Oireachtas winner, counsels, "When you walk onstage, put your heart into it.
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