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Meaning of “have your business, sensible, etc. head on” in the English Dictionary

"have your business, sensible, etc. head on" in British English

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have your business, sensible, etc. head on

informal used for saying that you are ​considering something from a ​particular way of ​thinking: I had my ​sensible head on that ​morning and ​knew we couldn't ​afford to ​buy the ​car.
(Definition of have your business, sensible, etc. head on from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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