Definition of heart to heart in English:

heart to heart

Candidly, intimately.
More example sentences
  • But what I think he really wants me to know is that he's not selling the family silver without having had a good, long, hard, heart to heart with his conscience about it, and that I shouldn't think that he's a bad person by doing so.
  • They had a heart to heart and told each other a lot of home truths.
  • We had a bit of a heart to heart, so to speak, with the players on Tuesday night at training.
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