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Nadia Gómez
What does this mens? "They head all the deadlines" I heard that in a conversation, not sure if they said head all or head up
Oct 19, 2016 11:01 PM
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I think that’s probably a misspelling of “heed,” meaning to pay attention to. A deadline is the time before which something must be done. “They heed all the deadlines” — They do the job on time. Edit: I just noticed you’d heard it in conversation. It was probably “They hit all the deadlines.” The sentence still means that they do the job on time. to hit: “dar en”
October 19, 2016
Nadia Gómez
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