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head-on British & World English

With or involving the front of a vehicle

head-on English Thesaurus

a head-on collision

be on someone's head British & World English

Be someone’s sole responsibility

standing on one's head British & World English

With no difficulty at all

a head start British & World English

An advantage granted or gained at the beginning of something

put one's head on the block British & World English

Put one’s standing or reputation at risk by proceeding with a particular course of action

stand something on its head British & World English

Completely reverse the principles or interpretation of an idea or argument

hit the nail on the head British & World English

Find exactly the right answer

knock someone on the head British & World English

Stun or kill someone by a blow to the head

knock something on the head British & World English

Prevent an idea, plan, or proposal from being developed or carried out

a price on someone's head British & World English

A reward offered for someone’s capture or death

bounty British & World English

A sum paid for killing or capturing a person or animal

heap coals of fire on someone's head British & World English

Go out of one’s way to cause someone remorse

you can't put an old head on young shoulders British & World English

You can’t expect a young person to have the wisdom or maturity associated with older people

a head start in head British & World English

An advantage granted or gained at the beginning of something

be on someone's head in head British & World English

Be someone’s sole responsibility

a price on someone's head in price British & World English

A reward offered for someone’s capture or death

stand something on its head in head British & World English

Completely reverse the principles or interpretation of an idea or argument

knock someone on the head in knock British & World English

Stun or kill someone by a blow to the head

put one's head on the block in block British & World English

Put one’s standing or reputation at risk by proceeding with a particular course of action

hit the nail on the head in hit British & World English

Find exactly the right answer