English version

do something to your heart’s content

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo something to your heart’s contentdo something to your heart’s contentLOT/VERY MUCHto do something as much as you want She took refuge in the library, where she could read to her heart’s content. content
Examples from the Corpus
do something to your heart’s contentI was able to browse through the bookstore to my heart's content.And I can go fishing to my heart's content.He could come and argue to his heart's content.Instead she took refuge in the library where she could read and research to her heart's content.Once you've stuck your shapes and text on the page you can rotate and repeat they to your heart's content.She had lazed around the pool to her heart's content - and she had played tennis with Carlos three times.Throw it around to your heart's content.
do something to your heart’s contentdo something to your heart’s contentOFTENto do something as much as you want She had lazed around the pool to her heart’s content. The dog can run to its heart’s content out there. heart
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