[hed-on, -awn] /ˈhɛdˈɒn, -ˈɔn/
(of two objects) meeting with the fronts or heads foremost:
a head-on collision.
facing the direction of forward motion or alignment; frontal.
characterized by direct opposition:
a head-on confrontation.
with the front or head foremost, especially in a collision:
She stepped out of the front door and walked head-on into her husband.
with the front or fronts foremost: a head-on collision
with directness or without compromise: in his usual head-on fashion
1840, from head (n.) + on.
- Head or tail
see: can’t make head or tail
- Head out
1. Depart, begin a journey, as in The ship was heading out to sea, or When do you head out again? 2. head out after. Follow or pursue, as in Since they knew the way, we headed out after them, or A police car headed out after the car thieves.
[hed-fohn] /ˈhɛdˌfoʊn/ noun, Usually, headphones 1. Audio. a headset designed for use with a stereo system. 2. any set of earphones. n. 1914, from head (n.) + second element extracted from telephone.
[hed-fohn] /ˈhɛdˌfoʊn/ noun, Usually, headphones 1. Audio. a headset designed for use with a stereo system. 2. any set of earphones. /ˈhɛdˌfəʊnz/ plural noun 1. an electrical device consisting of two earphones held in position by a flexible metallic strap passing over the head Informal name cans n. 1914, from head (n.) + second element […]