||(See go haywire)
|hazard a guess
||guess at the answer, take a a shot in the dark
||How many beans are in the jar? Do you want to hazard a guess?
|he who hesitates is lost
||if you hesitate you may not get another chance
||If you want to marry Ko, ask her. He who hesitates is lost.
||a person who uses drugs, junkie
||That school has no heads. Not one student is using drugs.
|head and shoulders
||superior, better, a cut above
||Her work is superior - head and shoulders above the others.
|head down there
||go there, travel south, head up there
||Have you been to Chile? I'm going to head down there for the winter.
||boss, foreman, manager
||Who's the head honcho here? I have a package for him - or her.
|head in the clouds
||dreaming, wondering, not practical
||Shelly is a daydreamer. She's got her head in the clouds.
|head in the sand
||unable to see, unwilling to look
||The minister hasn't noticed their poverty. His head is in the sand.