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head over heels British & World English

Turning over completely in forward motion, as in a somersault

over someone's head British & World English

Beyond someone’s ability to understand

be in over one's head British & World English

Be involved in something that is beyond one’s capacity to deal with

over someone's head in head British & World English

Beyond someone’s ability to understand

head over heels in head British & World English

Turning over completely in forward motion, as in a somersault

be hanging over someone's head British & World English

(Of something unpleasant) threaten to affect someone at any moment

be in over one's head in head British & World English

Be involved in something that is beyond one’s capacity to deal with

be hanging over someone's head in head British & World English

(Of something unpleasant) threaten to affect someone at any moment

to go over sb's head in head English-Spanish

pasar por encima de algn

to cosh sb over the head in cosh English-Spanish

aporrear a algn en la cabeza, darle* a algn con una porra en la cabeza

to be in over one's head in head English-Spanish

estar* metido en honduras

a head popped over the wall in pop English-Spanish

se asomó una cabeza por encima del muro

the sweater won't go over my head in over English-Spanish

el suéter no me pasa por la cabeza

she emptied the saucepan over his head in empty English-Spanish

le vació la cacerola en la cabeza

his lecture went straight over my head in head English-Spanish

no entendí nada de su conferencia

they hit him over the head repeatedly in repeatedly English-Spanish

le pegaron repetidas veces en la cabeza

he stuck his head up over the wall in stick English-Spanish

asomó la cabeza por encima del muro

he stuck his head up over the wall in stick up English-Spanish

asomó la cabeza por encima del muro

she hit me over the head with her stick in over English-Spanish

me dio con el bastón en la cabeza


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