use your head Definition in British English Dictionary
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use your head

(UK old-fashioned informal use your loaf)
used to tell someone in a slightly angry way to think more carefully about what they are doing: Why didn't you use your head and cover the furniture before you started painting?
Translations of “use your head”
in Chinese (Traditional) (略有些生氣地告訴某人)動動腦子…
in Chinese (Simplified) (略有些生气地告诉某人)动动脑子…
(Definition of use your head from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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