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.
(in a computer game) an electronic display of meters and dials around the screen margins.
- Heads will roll
sentence People will be dismissed, punished, ruined, etc: If eventually the authorities catch up with you, no heads will roll/ I promise you: if this package is not delivered on time, heads will roll [1930+; the source is a quotation from Adolf Hitler] Someone will be severely punished, as in If no one meets the […]
noun 1. the principal table, as at a banquet or conference, often at the head of a row of tables or raised on a dais, where the presiding officer, chief speaker, guests of honor, etc., are seated.
noun 1. a uniform tax or surcharge imposed upon every person or every adult in a specific group, as on those entering or leaving a country or using a particular service or conveyance.
- Head teacher
noun 1. a teacher responsible for running a school