cri de coeur

cri de coeur

 (krē′ də kœr′)
n. pl. cris de coeur (krē′)
An impassioned outcry, as of entreaty or protest.

[French cri de cœur : cri, cry + de, of + cœur, heart.]

cri de coeur

(ˌkriː də ˈkɜː)
n, pl cris de coeur
a cry from the heart; heartfelt or sincere appeal
[C20: altered from French cri du coeur]

cri de coeur

(kridə ˈkœr)

n., pl. cris de coeur (kridə)
French.
an anguished cry of distress or protest.
[1900–05; literally, cry of (the) heart]

cri de coeur

A French phrase meaning cry from the heart, used to mean a heartfelt or impassioned cry or appeal.
Translations

cri de cœur

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The duo should clear the mantelpiece for more golden statuettes because their songbook here is a barnstorming selection of earworms, from the rousing beat of curtain raiser The Greatest Show to the operatic cri de coeur of Never Enough and defiant battle cry of This Is Me.
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Talking about the importance to British business of being part of the EU, I think, often amounts to this illdefined cri de coeur that 'we do an awful lot of business with Europe'.
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Un cri de coeur fort et dur, pour remettre ainsi les pendules a l'heure, se faire connaitre autrement, pour ceux qui ne le savent pas ou ceux qui le savent, mais se risquent a l'oublier.