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What Common Expressions do you know with the word "HEAD"?

Hello friends,

As many of you probably know, in English, there are several expressions with the word head.  I find it refreshing when learning a language to simplify the language by researching the many expressions that exist based on one word.  The word "head" in English is used in a lot of common expressions.  Here is a small list of those expressions as well as a video that explains them:

English Expressions With the word HEAD

https://youtu.be/iWXFsFly1FU

-Off the top of my head
-I'm just trying to keep my head above water
-For something to go to your head
-To bury your head in book
-To fall head over heels for someone
-Get your head together

-Keep your head up
-To have your head screwed on straight
-To have a good head on your shoulders


Did you already know any of these expressions in English?  Are there similar common expressions in your language using the word "head"?  What are those expressions?  I look forward to reading about them.  Cheers!



Apr 10, 2018 4:29 AM
Comments · 9
The first one that came to mind is a bit too r-rated I'm afraid...
April 10, 2018
They are all well-known amd frequently used idioms. How about going to the head, not to mention the obscene expression every English native speaker knows. 
April 10, 2018



April 10, 2018
"Heads up" is another one. It means something is flying at you and you should duck. Or someone is letting you know that they're tossing something to you, so you know to catch it.
April 10, 2018
Laugh your head off 
April 10, 2018
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