go over sb's head Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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go over sb's head

to ​speak to or ​askpermission from someone who has more ​authority than the ​person who you would ​normally go to in that ​situation: Amanda was ​refusing to give me the ​week off so I went over her head and ​spoke to the ​boss.
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