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3 Translation results for head in Spanish

noun | adjective | verb

head noun

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heads
cabeza; mente; cabeza (de un clavo, un martillo, etc.), cabecera (de una mesa o un río), punta (de una flecha), flor (de un repollo, etc.), encabezamiento (de una carta, etc.), espuma (de cerveza); director, -tora; jefe, -fa; cabeza (de una familia); cara (de una moneda)

Example sentences of
head noun

  • She patted the dog on the head.
  • He nodded his head in agreement.
  • The ceiling's low—watch your head!

Synonyms of
head noun

head adjective

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principal

Example sentences of
head adjective

  • as head editor at the TV station for 17 years, he has hired and fired innumerable staff members

Synonyms of
head adjective

head verb

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headed, has headed, is heading, heads
dirigirse; encabezar; dirigir

Example sentences of
head verb

  • The group was headed by the church pastor.
  • He was accused of heading the revolt.
  • I hopped in the car and headed down the street.
  • After lunch, we headed back to the office.
  • She headed out early this morning.
  • The birds have already started heading south for the winter.
  • The forward headed the ball into the goal.

Synonyms of
head verb

Related phrases for head

Reverse translation for head

cabeza  - head 
mente  - mind 
cabeza  (de un clavo, un martillo, etc.) - head 
cabecera  (de una mesa o un río) - headboard, head, heading, headline, headwaters 
punta  (de una flecha) - tip, end, point (of a weapon or pencil), point, headland, bunch, lot 
flor  (de un repollo, etc.) - flower 
encabezamiento  (de una carta, etc.) - heading, salutation, opening 
espuma  (de cerveza) - foam, lather, froth, head (on beer) 
director  - director, manager, head, conductor (of an orchestra) 
jefe  - chief, head, leader, boss 
cabeza  (de una familia) - head 
cara  (de una moneda) - face, look, appearance, nerve, gall 
principal  - main, principal, foremost, leading 
dirigirse  - to go towards, to speak to, to address 
encabezar  - to head, to lead, to put a heading on, to spearhead 
dirigir  - to direct, to lead, to address, to aim, to point, to conduct (music) 
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