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Spanish translation of “head”

head

verb
to be in charge of; to be the leader of
encabezar, estar al frente de, dirigir
He heads a team of scientists investigating cancer.
(often with for) to (cause to) move in a certain direction
dirigirse a, encaminarse hacia, ir rumbo a
The explorers headed south The boys headed for home You’re heading for disaster!
to put or write something at the beginning of
titular
His report was headed ’Ways of Preventing Industrial Accidents’.
(in football) to hit the ball with the head
cabecear, rematar con la cabeza
He headed the ball into the goal.
(Definition of head from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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