Übersetzung von “head” — Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch


noun uk /hed/ us /hed/

A1 the part of your body that contains your brain, eyes, ears, mouth, nose, etc.

He fell and hit his head on the table.

B1 your mind

I kept hearing that song in my head.
All these thoughts were going round in my head.

B1 the person who is in charge of an organization

Her father is the head of an oil company.

A2 UK also headteacher the person in charge of a school


[ no plural ] the front or top part of something

맨 앞쪽, 맨 윗부분
Who is that at the head of the table?
use your head!

used to tell someone in a slightly angry way that they should think more carefully about what they are doing

생각을 좀 해!
Why didn’t you use your head and cover the furniture before you started painting?
come to a head

If a problem comes to a head, it becomes very bad.

곪아서 터질 지경이다
go over someone’s head

to be too difficult for someone to understand

너무 어렵다
All this talk about philosophy went right over my head.
laugh, shout, scream, etc. your head off

to laugh, shout, scream, etc. very much and very loudly

크게 -다
have your head screwed on the right way

to be practical and wise

분별있고 현명하다
Ask Lois to help – she’s got her head screwed on the right way.
be head and shoulders above someone/something

to be a lot better than someone or something

-보다 월등히 뛰어나다
There’s no competition – they’re head and shoulders above the rest.
verb uk /hed/ us /hed/

to move in a particular direction

-로 향해 가다
I was heading towards the park.
I think we should head home now, before it gets too dark.

to be in charge of a group, organization, etc.

-를 책임지다
She heads the country’s leading travel company.

(Übersetzung von “head” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)