Definition of big-hearted in English:

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adjective

(Of a person or action) kind and generous: the big-hearted bunch have decided to donate their winnings to a local charity
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  • Thanks to the amazing generosity of various big-hearted members of the Foolish community, clicking here and then on ‘Recommend it!’
  • And then there's the big-hearted driver, Bela and a mysterious girl in a bear suit.
  • It's strange really, but when we arrange these types of things it's usually the big looking bikers who turn out to help they're big-hearted people.
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