Translation of head in Spanish:


cabeza, n.

Pronunciation /hɛd//hɛd/


  • 1

    cabeza feminine
    to nod one's head asentir con la cabeza
    • to shake one's head (meaning no) negar con la cabeza
    • my head aches/hurts me duele la cabeza
    • a fine head of hair una buena cabellera
    • to stand on one's head hacer el pino
    • I fell asleep as soon as my head touched the pillow me quedé dormido en cuanto puse la cabeza en la almohada
    • he's a head taller than his brother le lleva / le saca una cabeza a su hermano
    • go and boil your head! ¡vete a freír espárragos!
    • heads up! ¡ojo!
    • they need their heads knocked together necesitan que les den una buena lección
    • to hang one's head bajar la cabeza
    • to have a big / swelled / (British) swollen head tenérselo muy creído
    • don't tell him or he'll get a swelled / (British) swollen head no se lo digas, que se le van a subir los humos a la cabeza
    • to have one's head in the clouds tener la cabeza llena de pájaros
    • before noun head injury lesión en la cabeza
    • head wound herida en la cabeza
    • Sitting on the stone bench now she tilted her head up towards the sky and the welter of bare branches overhead.
    • In the current case welding goggles were used to protect the eyes and the front of the head and neck.
    • Flea-infested dogs may scratch mainly on the lower part of their bodies while cats may scratch more around their heads and necks.
    • I snapped my head up towards her, obviously showing that I wasn't paying attention.
    • Failure to use a helmet increased the risk of injuries to the head, neck, and face.
    • On the first morning it is impossible to imagine the conventional male participants wanting their heads shaved.
    • The entire family wore crowns upon their heads.
    • Points are scored by landing blows on the front of the head or upper body, above the belt.
    • I reach for a stone, knock the fish on the head, and remove the hook.
    • All were massively built animals with small heads and barrel-like bodies.
    • The SL is the first roadster to get window airbags to protect occupants' heads and upper bodies in the event of a smash.
    • Trying to determine the reason for the human logjam, I craned my neck trying to see over the heads of the rest of the parishioners.
    • Her back was now on my chest, and she was resting her head in the crook of my neck and shoulder.
    • Gods are all represented as having animal heads, and bodies of humans.
    • She sat closer to him and put an arm around his neck while resting her head on his shoulder.
    • A young kid catches a 6lb mullet, knocks it on the head, takes it home to show mum, then it goes in the bin.
    • I imagine that they scratched their heads in confusion as they read my post.
    • This approach is currently being tested in the United Kingdom to treat cancers of the head and neck, and liver.
    • He put his hands on my sides and I put my arms around his neck and rested my head against his chest.
    • Stretch your arms upwards and imagine you're trying to grasp something just above your head.
  • 2

    (mind, brain)
    cabeza feminine
    my head was reeling / spinning la cabeza me daba vueltas
    • I said the first thing that came into my head dije lo primero que se me ocurrió / que me vino a la cabeza
    • I've got all the figures in my head tengo todos los datos en la cabeza
    • she added it up in her head hizo la suma mentalmente
    • I've no head for heights sufro de vértigo
    • I need to keep a clear head for the interview tengo que estar despejado para la entrevista
    • if we put our heads together, we'll be able to think of something si lo pensamos juntos, algo se nos ocurrirá
    • to be soft / weak in the head estar mal de la cabeza
    • are you soft in the head or something? ¿pero tú estás mal de la cabeza?
    • to be in over one's head estar metido en honduras
    • The drawing is from memory - from inside their heads - from their imaginations.
    • Soon her pale blue eyes began to well up with tears as the memories flooded into her head.
    • They may be able to compute figures in their heads with lightning speed or display a remarkable memory for dates.
    • It was just a memory that popped into my head as I had read the poem.
    • The music that America's New Heroes hear in their heads when they imagine movies-yet-to-be-made is Classic Rock.
    • I can imagine that's the first thought that went through the heads of the local police.
    • She picks up the exact dress she wore when she was eight and feels the memories rush to her head.
    • I felt peaceful and calm for a few moments before the memories crept back into my head.
    • I closed my eyes, but all that was rushing through my head was the memories of her.
    • While I've a house full of things he gave me, and a head full of memories, this glorious sound is the best gift of them all.
    • Perhaps that is one good reason for not filling children's heads with fairy stories about ‘happy ever after’, as real life just isn't that simple.
    • The evil that they imagine is inside their heads - but they can't be said to know it, at least not consciously.
    • Inside his head he drifted through memories that had been put there and that this time had stuck.
    • They prefer the company of animals because - knowing nothing about what is really going on in their heads - they can imagine anything.
    • If most mergers fail, might part of the problem be all those unneeded people who carried organizational memory in their heads?
    • The Archdeacon led a minute's silence as the congregation held a picture in their heads of their favourite memory of the twins.
    • Can you just imagine the thoughts going through the heads of these two little boys, pictured by Kathleen Henry.
    • To get the image of this stretch into your head, imagine a road slightly narrower than Turl Street.
    • I find it impossible to just fall asleep, and always have, even if I am completely exhausted, meaning I have to read or listen to the radio before my head switches off.
    • I just imagine myself inside the head of a child and write as if I am one.
  • 3

    • 3.1

      (of celery) cabeza feminine
      (of nail, tack, pin) cabeza feminine
      (of spear, arrow) punta feminine
      (of hammer) cotillo masculine
      (of hammer) cabeza feminine
      (of cane, stick) puño masculine
      (of pimple) punta feminine
      (of pimple) cabeza feminine
      (on beer) espuma feminine
      (of river) cabecera feminine
      a head of lettuce una lechuga
      • The heads of nails, or dry wall screws, used to fasten plaster-board to studs often pop out.
      • Countersink nail and screw heads that are sticking up above the surface.
      • Susie, somehow, managed to get the burning head of a match stuck to her fingers as it flared up.
      • We look at how we can extend the shelf life of beer and at improving foam - people equate freshness with a nice head of foam.
      • A number of other drinking traditions also use hygiene as an excuse - take the ‘two fingers’ of head on every glass of beer.
      • Coat the end of the tool head before driving it back into the ferule using a wood block and hammer.
      • The head of the river, the top of the ladder is where all the biggest fish want to be.
      • What about a head of crisp, green lettuce for that fresh salad you were wanting to prepare?
      • Iron stains may be easy to diagnose because they are often near nail heads, screw heads or other hardware.
      • Now officers at Belmarsh prison, London, have discovered him building a bomb inside prison using match heads and nails from prison furniture.
      • Do this by sticking the stripped ends of the wires into any hole in the neutral bus bar and attaching them by tightening down the screw heads.
      • Most tools are electrical/hydraulic, using hydraulic power to actually drive the cutting heads.
      • The mechanical noise when the heads are moving is clearly louder and sounds also harder, more mechanical.
      • Lettuces are also very decorative - you can intersperse them among flowers to harvest when heads mature.
      • A common problem is ‘popped’ nails, in which the heads of nails are jutting above the surface of the wood.
      • This is a traditional English variety, with tender stems and small leafy purple heads.
      • The heads then rotate forward to mount the drive platter.
      • The conventional screwdriver has a single blade and is used with screws of matching heads.
      • The enthusiastic crowd then pelted him with heads of lettuce.
      • Don't worry if the screw heads stick out a bit- - you're not racing the thing (I hope).
      • Never eat more than two teaspoons of charred lean meat or less than 10 heads of dry lettuce for dinner.
      • The bolt heads are only accessible when the safe is open, and a built-in flange on the front of the safe covers the cut edges of the hole for a clean installation.
      • In 1754, Virginia dispatched an army under Lieutenant Colonel George Washington to construct a fort at the head of the Ohio River.
      • You may be one of the many people who see head on your beer as a bad thing.
      • With his wife and child, he had ridden seventy-five miles up the valley to meet the Mormon party near the head of Lemhi River.
      • He wired up players with heart rate monitors and breathing sensors, and lights were attached to the heads of the putting clubs to allow their movements to be studied.
      • Maces of the late 15th and 16th century often had multi-flanged heads shaped in the Gothic style.
      • The river head is the source not only of the property's water, but also of its joie de vivre.
      • Pushing forth, he jabbed the head of the weapon into the greaves of the incoming phalanx.
      • Most axe heads and handles have all these components; it is the shape and size that change.
      • Are we not going to be able to get our heads of cabbage anymore?
      • He grabbed a few heads of lettuce and started stuffing them into a backpack.
      • It's an almost black beer with a creamy head, giving a subtle roasted coffee aroma.
      • While the chicken is cooking break apart the head of lettuce into bite sized pieces.
      • It is obvious Guenther and his staff are impressed with the clean operation and the striking green and healthy looking lettuce heads.
      • Especially popular in Europe, the tender inner leaves are great raw, and whole heads can be stir-fried or steamed.
      • The very young produce assistant tells him that they sell only whole heads of lettuce.
      • In the picture above you will also note that the heads of the screws used to attach the base of the block are badly stripped.
      • As the autumn floods encourage the salmon to the spawning redds in the river heads, the Government has again given the thumbs down to any plan for a buy out of the drift net fishers.
      • Adjustment of the cutting heads allows a great variety of moldings to be manufactured.
      • Took it to the tire shop to have it repaired and the guy said the cause of the severe flatness was a nail: a short nail with a large head.
      • The heads of the screws, not the points, provide the traction.
      • Dry cutting heads travel at higher rpm and require more power.
      • The purpose of a proper glass is to concentrate the aroma and allow a full head of foam to develop.
      • ‘If you look near the heads of lettuce you'll find a healthy batch,’ she said.
      • All the clamp holes of the panels were countersunk with this bit so that the screw heads are flush.
      • European cabbages form dense heads and come in a pastel rainbow of colors.
      • The lamps on the roof, screw heads, door handles and other fixtures were polished brass.
      • They enter through the kitchen, where the produce trucks drop off the heads of lettuce.
      • A man walked into the produce section of his local supermarket and asked to buy half a head of lettuce.
      • The dense heads of the late cabbage require cool, moist conditions.
      • It's no rumour that you can see the heads of the Philips screws used to bolt the dashboard together.
      • The Powley vegetable growers are running a competition for the biggest head of cabbage.
      • All beer heads decay exponentially with time, with most taking around three minutes to decay almost completely.
      • Chrome surrounds the instrumentation, with the pivot heads of the needles matching.
      • A male with young in the nest will avidly take care of a stalk of celery or a head of lettuce daily.
      • Determined chefs go out of their way to find the freshest, most tender heads of romaine lettuce available.
      • I am thinking of the little gem-like heads of cabbage you are likely to get in the better French restaurants.

    • 3.2(top end)

      (of bed, table) cabecera feminine
      (of page, letter) encabezamiento masculine
      (of procession, line) cabeza feminine
      at the head of the list encabezando la lista, a la cabeza de la lista
      • Napoleon was advancing at the head of 100,000 men Napoleón avanzaba a la cabeza de 100.000 hombres
      • he retired after 20 years at the head of the company se jubiló tras 20 años al frente / a la cabeza de la compañía
      • He would start reading at the head of a page then his head would move downward in a straight line until he got to the foot of the page.
      • Could you please position yourself at the bed's head?
      • At 115, at the head of the page, your Honours will see, at line 4, his Honour reads out the questions which had been written by the jury.
      • Everyone let me go to the head of the queue with my few items for a picnic lunch - no one seems to shop here for just a few items!
      • As Ella and George watch the rest of the march, the kids sneak down the alleyways and rejoin the head of the procession.
      • She walked into the dining room and sat at the head of the long table in the center of the room.
      • I was waiting at the head of a queue of traffic at a set of lights.
      • At the head of the parallel queue immediately to the right, the clerk's colleague smirks at me and I smirk back at her.
      • At the head of the table sits a brooding Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, moodily attacking a chicken dish.
      • The President sits at the head of a long table, immaculately dressed in a suit and striped tie.
      • Six places were set, one at the head of the table, three on the right and two on the left.
      • A picture shows the developers on horseback at the head of the parade.
      • I was put at the head of the table in between Teodora, and Ivan, her Serbian uncle.
      • Many pitched tents more than a fortnight ago to make sure they were at the head of the queue when the homes come on sale tomorrow morning.
      • So I'll be at the head of the queue for transfers, which are embargoed until September 1st.
      • Some of the Hackenthorpe branch of the star's fan club have been taking it in turns to keep their place at the head of the queue.
      • They made their way to the grand room where the King sat at the head of the long table.
      • When I reach the head of the queue, my passport is looked at carefully before I'm allowed to pass.
      • All of the chairs had deep red covers put on them with the exception of the one at the head of the table.
      • The immediate past champion sits at the head of the dinner table alongside Hootie and Byron Nelson.
      • I write with the disappointment of one who was second from the head of the queue when he made his decision.
      • We have to figure out how we stop toys being chucked down the gap between the head of the bed and the wall.
      • If he had had as much influence on the films that he directed, his place at the head of the Hollywood queue would be assured.
      • It was an attractive woman who sat at the head of the table who had made the dry statement.
      • But with a qualification or two, you can go to the head of the queue when an opening occurs.
      • She took a seat at the head of the table and told us her name was Judge Elizabeth Barkin.
      • People who get to the head of the queue and then take ages to find their purse/wallet - surely you?
      • On the morning of the battle she begged me to allow her to carry the American flag at the head of the regiment.
      • He ushered her to a chair near the head of the table.
      • He was waiting at the head of the queue of traffic.
      • Gwen sat at the head of the table, like a queen and kept her eyes on Jamie at all times.
      • She stood at the head of the long table, her hands holding onto the back of the chair.
      • The man took the seat at the head of the table and watching his guests select their lunch.
      • Andy then climbed down the staircase and pushed to the head of the line.
      • Each dignitary was assigned a specific seat as the Sultan was put at the head of the table.
      • At the head of the table sat an old man with a shock of white hair that almost matched his robe.
      • I suggested to Barnette that since he was our guest he should sit at the head of the table.
      • And, in any event, the banks are at the head of the queue, so other creditors are unlikely to see a penny.
      • With sheer will power, she forced herself to nod at Dante and sit at the head of the table.
      • Williams is expected to sell another pipeline soon, and it's a safe bet that Sokol will be near the head of the line of potential buyers.
      • For some time I tried to find an wise or witty one to insert at the head of my home page.
      • Or is airline service that bad that the only way to get to the head of the queue is to threaten the staff!
      • With competition hotting up, you need some preparation and panache to stay at the head of the queue.

  • 4

    • 4.1(chief)

      director masculine
      directora feminine
      administrative/executive head director administrativo/ejecutivo
      • section head jefe de sección
      • head of state/government jefe de Estado/de Gobierno
      • the head of the household el jefe / el cabeza de familia
      • before noun head buyer jefa de compras
      • (in US football) head coach primer entrenador
      • head cook primera cocinera
      • head girl/boy alumno elegido para representar al alumnado de un colegio
      • They then stepped into the sunshine for a tour of the sculpture trail, guided by John Le Page, head of art.
      • Of all the European government heads, the British Prime Minister's position is, in the near term, the most precarious.
      • Detailed talks on the future of European Union expansion are set to continue as the Prime Minister joins other heads of the European Council in Brussels.
      • In a macabre move, his party has decided to keep its deceased leader as its head until after this week's elections.
      • The next highest paid director was the head of its US aggregates business Tom Hill.
      • Division of labor in the reproductive economy and time use patterns for household heads were also measured.
      • On the other hand, these same leaders are often the heads of militias and these militias are being used to assassinate political opponents.
      • The Swedes have said no to their leaders - an alliance of politicians, union heads, businesspeople, and media figures.
      • Dillon is head of public relations for Ladbrokes, Manchester United's betting partner.
      • Their findings are released today on the eve of the Thessaloniki summit of heads of EU political leaders that will decide the future framework of the community.
      • Most village heads have some business relations with the town's shop owners or traders.
      • I personally answer more than 100 e-mails a day no matter where I am, as do our regional leaders and agency heads.
      • This probe could result in civil charges against research department heads, banking chiefs, and even some CEOs.
      • Some eastern rural areas are still dominated by large landowners, traditional clan heads, and religious leaders.
      • Scheinman set up monthly meetings with the heads of operations, sales, and finance to vet potential deals.
      • The government has also threatened to press charges against the heads of two regional governments for aiding and abetting the strikers.
      • Of 1,000 heads of small firms polled by the company, 93% said they would like to see restrictions on staff work hours eased.
      • Not only do many construction staffers come from architecture backgrounds, but so do the heads of the in-house wood and metal shops.
      • What other elected politician can you find asking direct, unflinching questions to heads of government ministries?
      • The duo will meet the heads of 15 top IT companies and showcase the state's ‘intrinsic strengths’.

    • 4.2head teacherBritish

      director (de colegio) masculine
      directora (de colegio) feminine

  • 5

    • 5.1(person)

      to count heads contar cabezas

    • 5.2plural head

      700 head of cattle/sheep 700 cabezas de ganado vacuno/ovino

  • 6

    to come to a head llegar a un punto crítico
    • she brought things to a head by issuing an ultimatum llevó las cosas a un punto crítico al darles un ultimátum
    • his arrival brought the conflict to a head su llegada hizo estallar el conflicto
  • 7

    • 7.1(height of water)

      you need a head of 4ft for the shower el tanque de agua tiene que estar 4 pies más alto que la ducha

    • 7.2(pressure)

      a head of steam presión de vapor feminine

  • 8

    • 8.1Computing Audio
      (magnetic device)

      cabeza feminine
      cabezal masculine
      • The main drive contains the drive electronics and heads.
      • For example: the recording head is now on the under side of the disk, to avoid problems from dust on the disk surface.
      • Make sure that you have cleaned the heads of the VCR between copying videos.
      • The GMR recording heads that are used in all of today's big disk drives are a good example of this.
      • Depending on capacity each drive has between one and three platters, and up to six GMR recording heads.
      • They are used for quality control in manufacturing digital recording heads as well as in the construction of compact audio disk stampers.
      • Multiple optical heads combine to produce a wide-field-of-view imaging system.
      • This thin data storage device has a flexible recordable disk and recording heads arranged on both sides of the disk.

    • 8.2(of a drill)

      cabezal masculine

    • 8.3cylinder head

      culata feminine

  • 9

    • 9.1(heading)

      encabezamiento masculine
      under separate heads bajo encabezamientos diferentes
      • The front section of each issue has brief pieces, about research and about the political and social setting of science, and these often have punchy heads.

    • 9.2Journalism

      titular masculine

  • 10

    cabo masculine
    • The images include four lighthouses in Maine - Bass Harbor Head Light, Cape Neddick Light, Pemaquid Point Light, and Portland Head Light.
    • The print was Thea Schrack's ‘Yaquina Head Lighthouse.’
    • Baynham has farmed for all of his 70 years at Penlen farm on St David's Head.
  • 11

    • 11.1Nautical
      (bow of a ship)

      proa feminine
      • There was no way the captain could keep the ship's head up into the seas.
      • As the Grosvenor sliced towards the rocks at six knots, the officer of the watch dismissed reports of shore fires beyond the ship's head.

    • 11.2Nautical
      (top of a sail)

      gratil masculine

    • 11.3Nautical

      letrinas feminine
      • It was posted in some of the heads on the ship the day before the plane went down.
      • The berthing, heads, galley, engine room and other spaces are located below the water line.
      • The Mississippi also had trough type urinals and unwalled johns in the heads, and salt water showers.
      • Jim laughed softly and stepped into the head to splash some cold water over his face.
      • Although the sea washed the heads clean as the ship pitched, the heads still needed a regular scrub-down with a broom.
      • To the port side aft is the head and shower and a quarter berth cabin with large double berth.

  • 12slang

    acid head enganchado al ácido masculine informal
    • pot head enganchada a la hierba

transitive verb

  • 1

    • 1.1

      (march/procession) encabezar
      (procession/march) ir a la cabeza de
      (list) encabezar
      with López still heading the field, the runners … los corredores, con López todavía a la cabeza / en cabeza, …
      • Senior Army officers and civic leaders, headed by the Mayor of Scarborough Sheila Kettlewell, will also attend.
      • Sean Lamont heads a quintet of wing specialists who are vying for position in the Stade de France showdown.
      • The St Mary's U - 13 boys' team are currently heading the league positions just ahead of Leeds Grammar School.
      • Bridlington now head the league, albeit on points difference only.
      • Madrid heads the Spanish league with 11 rounds of matches remaining.
      • Mayor Derek Benfield headed a list of local VIPs who assembled at Waterstone's in the Brunel Centre for yesterday's ceremony.
      • With 32 titles, Kerry heads the list of All-Ireland football winners with rural clubs providing the majority of the county team.
      • Also qualifying was a veritable list of rowing powers: Italy, Poland, and France head the field.
      • The Swansea ATC Band headed the carnival procession, and the enormous enthusiasm of carnival entrants made up for the lack of numbers.
      • Crowds lined the streets on Friday to cheer a procession headed by England's patron saint on horseback.
      • The Queen and Prince Philip headed the royal procession into the hall, followed by the Prince of Wales with Princes William and Harry.
      • Five police cars headed the march.
      • At the festival celebrated in the country around Athens, a jar of wine and a vine headed the procession.
      • Once all runners had got up to speed and found track position, Viso immediately headed the times with a 47: 445.
      • During my rough times my luxuries were small: coffee headed the list.
      • A few years ago, his name headed a public opinion poll that had asked who the people of Benin would prefer as president.
      • The procession, headed by a military-style cadet band, will set off from Malsis Road at 2pm.
      • With white and purple-robed priests heading the procession, the coffin was carried into the church.
      • In London a procession headed by two soldiers who had resigned from the army put a black cardboard coffin outside the embassy.
      • Lampkin, of Silsden, now heads the title battle on equal points with Fujinami while Jarvis has climbed to joint third place.

    • 1.2

      (revolt) acaudillar
      (revolt) ser el cabecilla de
      (team) capitanear
      (expedition/department) dirigir
      (expedition/department) estar al frente de
      • In the late 1990s he was, briefly, charged with heading a newly established repatriation service.
      • Niedermayer, who was also the German consul in Belfast, headed the Grundig plant.
      • Smith, who heads the Dutch branch of the organisation, was taken for questioning by security forces.
      • She has lived in Iraq for 30 years and heads CARE's operations in the country.
      • Politicians from the Upper South headed the Whig party and charted a moderate course.
      • The president, who heads the executive branch, serves for a single six-year term.
      • Guest speaker will be Richard Hallett who headed a successful campaign to keep a maternity unit in East Sussex open.
      • He left the Met as director of intelligence but had previously worked for Special Branch and he headed the drugs directorate.
      • Mark Gillingham heads the technology unit at the Great Books Foundation in Chicago.
      • Detective Inspector Steve Eckersley, who runs the robbery unit for south Manchester, headed a small team investigating the incidents.
      • A new management structure headed by a political director.
      • Would you let me know what percentage of the companies on this year's list are headed by women?
      • The man who heads the company charged with regenerating Swindon's town centre is leaving after only two years in the job.
      • A monitoring unit, headed by Martinez's son, Hugo, pinpointed the area where the call was coming from.
      • Each Blackfoot reservation is governed by a general council headed by a single chairman.
      • A committee which is headed by the chairman himself was also never formed.
      • Noel Terry became chairman and managing director and headed the company until his retirement in 1970.
      • R. Pichumani who heads the centre, said the plan was to cover students in all districts of the State in three years.
      • The company is headed by managing director Martin Baker and employs a workforce of 60 in Grafton Way, Basingstoke.
      • A branch manager heads each distribution center and reports to one of five regional managers.
      • Extensive powers were vested into the hands of the President who headed the executive branch of government.

  • 2

    (ship/vehicle) dirigir
    perhaps you could head me toward the nearest bank ¿me podría indicar dónde queda el banco más próximo?
    • which way are you headed? ¿hacia / para dónde vas?
    • they're headed for defeat van camino de la derrota
    • The sheep halted, and at the whistle the dog proceeded with short flanking runs which headed them into the gap.
    • Stallone heads his car towards him, so he jumps into the river.
    • He sighed, and headed us back to the station.
    • We're going to head her back to port.
    • Head them towards the Washington area.
  • 3

    (in soccer)
    (ball) cabecear
    • Finnan loops a cross into the box, and Keane heads the ball down into Duff's path.
    • Who needs Owen when a Beckham free kick is headed in by Frank Lampard.
    • Windass was coming more and more into it and after a couple of sighters at Dibble's goal he headed home a cross by Crooks - only for the flag to immediately dampen his joy.
    • Duff attacks down the left wing, but his ball is headed away by Sulimani.
    • The Czechs attack again, with Karel Poborsky heading a long ball back across the face of goal from the far post.
  • 4

    • 4.1

      (page/chapter) encabezar
      • We have just read with interest your article headed Mum Furious at Police Inaction.
      • A column headed ITV Watch, possibly with a comma and an exclamation mark, would be far more useful, because hardly anyone does.
      • I refer to the article on page 3 of Journal headed The state of hospitals.
      • There is an article here that is headed, ‘President backs extreme view on sex’.
      • The pre-dive briefing took around an hour and the warning that heads this article was read at both beginning and end.
      • Essentially, we want to use the front page to present the key stories of the moment - the Web equivalent of the headlines heading radio and TV bulletins.
      • One review, in a leading German paper, was headed: ‘Not to be touched with a barge pole.’
      • She has an obvious reverence for the music; most of the book's chapters are headed by famous song titles.
      • His article is headed The BBC has done the country a favour.
      • May I refer to the letter by M Jones of October 23 headed Peters for Mayor.
      • In a column headed Minor Matters, The Times of India writes about motivation classes for young children.
      • He heads his article by saying that havens for wild life don't need buffer zones.
      • And Paddy Smith's print edition article in today's Oz is headed Smorgon takes road to more attractive product.

    • 4.2headed past participleBritish

      con membrete
      membreteado Andes

intransitive verb

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    the car was heading west el coche iba en dirección oeste
    • where are you heading? ¿hacia / para dónde vas?
    • we were heading in the direction of Santiago íbamos camino de Santiago / con rumbo a Santiago
    • I think we're heading in the right direction creo que vamos bien encaminados / por buen camino
    • it's time we were heading back ya va siendo hora de que volvamos / regresemos