The British Idiom – Close to your heart
Definition of Close to your heart
Something that is close to our heart, or near to our hearts, is something that is of great interest or concern to us.
Examples of Usage of Close to your heart
I always wanted to be an astronaut when I was a kid, growing up, as I did, in the era when mankind had just made it into space. For this reason, spaceflight is a subject that is close to my heart. Something that is really close to my heart is food, and I love cooking.
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