1 : the upper or anterior division of the animal body that contains the brain, the chief sense organs, & the mouth nodded his head in agreement

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3 : the obverse (see obverse entry 2 sense 1) of a coin —usually used in plural hotline heads or tails
b : one in charge of a division or department in an office or institution the head of the English department met with the other department heads
b : the foliaged part of a plant especially when consisting of a compact mass of leaves, flowers, or fruit a head of lettuce a single head of grain
b : headway often she had to lớn fight for her head as the press of sail buried her bow— C. V. Reilly
b : the resulting pressure of the fluid at the lower point expressible as this height broadly : pressure of a fluid an engine with a full head of steam
15a(1) : a word or series of words often in larger letters placed at the beginning of a passage or at the đứng top of a page in order to introduce or categorize

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18a : a part or attachment of a machine or machine tool containing a device (such as a cutter or drill) turret head of a lathe also : the part of an apparatus that performs the chief function or a particular function a drill head
b magnetic recording : an electromagnet used as a transducer for recording on, reading, or erasing a magnetic medium (such as tape or a disk)
19 grammar : an immediate constituent of a construction that can have the same grammatical function as the whole (such as man in "an old man," "a very old man," or "the man in the street")
1 : beyond one"s comprehension or competence the most awful intellectual detail, all of it over my head— E. B. Trắng

Synonyms for head

Synonyms: Noun

block , mazard (or mazzard) , nut ,

Synonyms: Adjective

Synonyms: Verb

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The first known use of head was before the 12th century

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