English version

heartbroken

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheartbrokenheart‧brok‧en /ˈhɑːtˌbrəʊkən $ ˈhɑːrtˌbroʊ-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 SAD/UNHAPPYextremely sad because of something that has happenedsee thesaurus at sad
Examples from the Corpus
heartbrokenWhen her parents separated, she was heartbroken.Her father would not remember her either because she was no longer eight years old and heartbroken.One year the bird did not return, and Bhayader was heartbroken.Well, of course, his parents were heartbroken and his brothers and sisters.Mr and Mrs Dudley were heartbroken at having to leave the home where they had lived for thirty years.Six-year-old Stewart Davies carried a donor card everywhere with him, heartbroken dad Brian revealed.Surely some one somewhere knows who killed Ann Heron and that person could ease the pain for her heartbroken family.Heartbroken fans camped outside his house in Beverly Hills.Scorning the establishment, they left homes and heartbroken parents.We've broken up, I've been heartbroken through bizarre circumstances ... but I still live with that person.Amy was heartbroken when her puppy was lost.
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