|head is spinning
||mind is confused, boggle your mind
||The lawyer asked me so many questions my head was spinning.
||directly, without hesitation
||Lynn meets her challenges head on, but Vera tries to avoid them.
||We should head out soon. We have a long way to go.
|head over heels
||in love with, crazy about
||Lan's head over heels for Chan. She's crazy about him.
||Rod will head up the project. He can get the job done.
|head up there
||go there, travel north, head down there
||I've always wanted to go to Alaska. Let's head up there.
||a person who looks for professional employees
||The headhunters are looking for good computer programmers.
|heads or tails
||choose one or the other, which side of the coin?
||"Heads or tails?" the gambler asked as he flipped the coin.
|heads will roll
||people will be dismissed, people will be fired
||When the manager hears about the damage, heads will roll.
||a person who eats health foods and does exercises to become healthy
||Gary is a health nut. He eats fruit and granola, and jogs five to ten kilometres every day.