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English definition of “get your head down”

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get your head down

UK informal
to direct all your efforts into the particular task you are involved in: I'm going to get my head down and try and finish this report before I go home today.
Translations of “get your head down”
in Chinese (Traditional) 集中全部精力,全力以赴…
in Chinese (Simplified) 集中全部精力,全力以赴…
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