[hed-ee] /ˈhɛd i/
adjective, headier, headiest.
a heady wine.
affecting the mind or senses greatly:
the heady news of victory.
a heady scheme to win the election.
adjective headier, headiest
(of alcoholic drink) intoxicating
strongly affecting the mind or senses; extremely exciting
late 14c., “headstrong, hasty, impetuous,” from head (n.) + adj. suffix -y (2). First recorded 1570s in sense of “apt to go to the head.”
[hed-huhn-ting] /ˈhɛdˌhʌn tɪŋ/ noun 1. (among certain primitive peoples) the practice of down and decapitating victims and preserving their as trophies. 2. the act or practice of actively searching for new employees, especially for professionals or executives: Every June the electronics manufacturers go headhunting among the newly graduated engineers. 3. the act or practice of […]
- Head-up display
[hedz-uhp] /ˈhɛdzˈʌp/ noun 1. an electronic display of data from instruments or other sources projected at eye level so that a driver or pilot sees it without looking away from the road or course. Abbreviation: HUD. 2. (in a computer game) an electronic display of meters and dials around the screen margins. Abbreviation: HUD. noun […]
- Head voice
noun 1. the high register of the human voice, in which the vibrations of sung notes are felt in the head
[hed-wey-ter] /ˈhɛdˈweɪ tər/ noun 1. a person in charge of , busboys, etc., in a restaurant or dining car.