head for sth
— phrasal verb with head uk /hed/ us /hed/ verb
- Newcastle seemed to be heading for disaster until a late goal saved the day.
- I've told him that he's heading for trouble, but he doesn't listen - it's just water off a duck's back.
- I've heard a whisper that they're heading for divorce.
- You're heading for trouble.
- You'll be heading for trouble if you don't get those brakes fixed.
Thesaurus: synonyms and related words
- be a tall order idiom
- be asking for trouble idiom
- be your own worst enemy idiom
- bugger sb about
- like pulling teeth idiom
- make a rod for your own back idiom
- make heavy weather of sth idiom
- pitchfork sb into sth
- store sth up
- store up trouble/problems idiom
- subject sb/sth to sth