[hed]     [hed]    
  • n. 头部;头脑;顶端;领袖;硬币的正面
  • v. 前进;为首;朝向
  • adj. 首要的;前面的
headed headed heading heads



n. (名词)
  1. 头,头脑,头部
  2. 个人
  3. 上端,前端,顶端
  4. 头痛
  5. 脓头
  6. 首脑,首长
  7. 头数
  8. 标题
  9. 正面
  10. 酒沫
  11. 海角
  12. 成功、赞扬等
  13. 头脑清醒
  14. 忽发奇想
  15. 角级是英国制造的修理舰
v. (动词)
  1. 成头状物
  2. 用头顶(球)
  3. 领导,主管,率领,牵头,带领,为首,掌管,作为...的首领,作为...的首脑
  4. 给...加...标题,在顶端加标题
  5. 放在...的顶部
  6. 出发(去某地),前进,前往,走向,(船)驶往,朝(某方向)行进
  7. 位于排行之首,居...之首,排在前头,站在...的前头
  8. 很可能遭受(不幸),会招致
  9. 拦挡某人,阻止,防止
  10. 使改变方向
  11. 打破
  12. 长出头,长出顶
  13. 朝向
  14. 指挥,命令
  15. 发源
adj. (形容词)
  1. 头的,头部的,与头有关的
  2. 主要的,首要的,首席的,显要的,最重要的,第一位的
  3. 在前面的,首当其冲的
  4. 迎面击来的


n. (名词)
  1. [C]头,头部 the part of the body which contains the eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and the brain
  2. [C]领导,首脑 sb who is in control of a place, organization, etc.; a ruler or leader
  3. [S]上端,顶部,前端 a part at the top of an object which is different of, separate from the body
  4. [S]人,个人 a person
  5. [S](牛、羊等)头数 individual animal in a herd or flock
  6. [S]头脑,智力 ability to reason; intellect; imagination; mind
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 带领; 居…之首; 主管 lead; be at the front of; be in charge of
  2. vi. 朝…行进; 长出头 move in a certain direction; (of plants) form a head
  3. vt. & vi. 用头顶球 strike (a ball) with the head


  1. the upper part of the human body or the front part of the body in animals; contains the face and brains;

    "he stuck his head out the window"

  2. a single domestic animal;

    "200 head of cattle"

  3. that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason;

    "his mind wandered"
    "I couldn't get his words out of my head"

  4. a person who is in charge;

    "the head of the whole operation"

  5. the front of a military formation or procession;

    "the head of the column advanced boldly"
    "they were at the head of the attack"

  6. the pressure exerted by a fluid;

    "a head of steam"

  7. the top of something;

    "the head of the stairs"
    "the head of the page"
    "the head of the list"

  8. the source of water from which a stream arises;

    "they tracked him back toward the head of the stream"

  9. (grammar) the word in a grammatical constituent that plays the same grammatical role as the whole constituent

  10. the tip of an abscess (where the pus accumulates)

  11. the length or height based on the size of a human or animal head;

    "he is two heads taller than his little sister"
    "his horse won by a head"

  12. a dense cluster of flowers or foliage;

    "a head of cauliflower"
    "a head of lettuce"

  13. the educator who has executive authority for a school;

    "she sent unruly pupils to see the principal"

  14. an individual person;

    "tickets are $5 per head"

  15. a user of (usually soft) drugs;

    "the office was full of secret heads"

  16. a natural elevation (especially a rocky one that juts out into the sea)

  17. a rounded compact mass;

    "the head of a comet"

  18. the foam or froth that accumulates at the top when you pour an effervescent liquid into a container;

    "the beer had a large head of foam"

  19. the part in the front or nearest the viewer;

    "he was in the forefront"
    "he was at the head of the column"

  20. a difficult juncture;

    "a pretty pass"
    "matters came to a head yesterday"

  21. forward movement;

    "the ship made little headway against the gale"

  22. a V-shaped mark at one end of an arrow pointer;

    "the point of the arrow was due north"

  23. the subject matter at issue;

    "the question of disease merits serious discussion"
    "under the head of minor Roman poets"

  24. a line of text serving to indicate what the passage below it is about;

    "the heading seemed to have little to do with the text"

  25. the rounded end of a bone that fits into a rounded cavity in another bone to form a joint;

    "the head of the humerus"

  26. that part of a skeletal muscle that is away from the bone that it moves

  27. (computer science) a tiny electromagnetic coil and metal pole used to write and read magnetic patterns on a disk

  28. (usually plural) the obverse side of a coin that usually bears the representation of a person's head;

    "call heads or tails!"

  29. the striking part of a tool;

    "the head of the hammer"

  30. (nautical) a toilet on board a boat or ship

  31. a projection out from one end;

    "the head of the nail"
    "a pinhead is the head of a pin"

  32. a membrane that is stretched taut over a drum

  33. oral stimulation of the genitals;

    "they say he gives good head"

  1. to go or travel towards;

    "where is she heading"
    "We were headed for the mountains"

  2. be in charge of;

    "Who is heading this project?"

  3. travel in front of; go in advance of others;

    "The procession was headed by John"

  4. be the first or leading member of (a group) and excel;

    "This student heads the class"

  5. direct the course; determine the direction of travelling

  6. take its rise;

    "These rivers head from a mountain range in the Himalayas"

  7. be in the front of or on top of;

    "The list was headed by the name of the president"

  8. form a head or come or grow to a head;

    "The wheat headed early this year"

  9. remove the head of;

    "head the fish"



用作名词 (n.)
  1. Please raise your head and look at the blackboard.
  2. The stone caught him on the side of the head.
  3. He had no head for business.
  4. We walked straight to the head of the line.
  5. He is the head of our school.
  6. After Yao died, Shun became head of the tribal confederation.
  7. A coin has two sides,a head and a tail.
用作动词 (v.)
  1. We are heading home.
  2. I would have a chance to head northward quickly.
  3. We elected Mr. Stevenson to head the team.
  4. The road heads the east.
用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. My mother is the head librarian of the school library.
  2. He got shocked by the head name on the list.


用作名词 (n.)
  1. Tom got angry at his brother and aimed a heavy book at his head.
  2. The old man arrived, bearing a large bundle on his head.
  3. Maria bent her head instinctively to avoid being recognized.
  4. I lifted my head and looked up.Red flags were flying from the top of the pass.
  5. We lifted our heads to breathe in the fresh, clear air.
  6. The electric fan blew hot air about our heads.
  7. But at last the shells cracked, one after another.One little head after another appeared.
  8. A passing lorry covered us in mud from head to foot.
  9. The original founder is still head of the organization.
  10. Bill was appointed head of the election committee when the government crisis was over.
  11. The head of the workshop ordered that the work should be finished in two days.
  12. Let us send the finished products to the head of the workshop to be checked.
  13. They advanced him over the heads of his seniors.
  14. I waited at the head of the queue.
  15. He climbed to the head of his class.
  16. Write your address at the head of this page.
  17. You'd better equip your bicycle with a head light.
  18. The head post office fronts the railway station.
  19. I did a quick head count and discovered that one member of the class was missing.
  20. It costs about 10 pounds a head to eat there.
  21. He has twenty head of cattle on the farm.
  22. Two hundred head of cattle were killed this morning.
  23. His brother has a good head for mathematics.
  24. He should go in for accounting because he has a good head for figures.
  25. She being a modest woman her head was by no means turned by the acclaim which broke over her.
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. You are heading north.
  2. The crowd is heading eastward, believing that they can find gold there.
  3. He realized that he was heading in the wrong direction.
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. His name heads the list.
  2. Their cars headed the funeral procession.
  3. He will head a firm.
  4. When the president died, the vice president was chosen to head the firm.
  5. 1
  6. The delegation was headed by our Foreign Minister.


用作名词 (n.)
above〔over〕 sb's head
    太高深而使人难以理解 beyond sb's ability to understand
bang〔knock〕 one's head against a brick wall
    白费力气 do sth to no avail
bang〔knock〕 sb's heads together
    用武力制止争吵 threat to put an end to a dispute
bring to a head
    (使)时机成熟,濒临危急关头 bring to a point where sth must be done or decided
    bring sth to a head

    The assassination of the president brought matters to a head.


    Matters have been brought to a head in the peace talks; tomorrow they will either succeed or fail.


come to a head
    时机成熟,濒临危急关头 come to a point where sth must be done or decided
eat one's heads off
    〈口〉吃大量的食物 eat a large amount of food
get into one's head
    充分理解,明白; 熟记 grasp an idea; memorize
    get sth into one's head

    Can't you get it into your head that it is dangerous to ride a motorbike without wearing protective clothing?


    I have difficulty learning French irregular verbs; I just can't seem to get them into my head.


go off one's head
    发疯的,精神错乱的 go mad; lose control of one's reason
head over heels
    完全地,全部地 completely; totally
hold one's head high〔up〕
    昂首,不垂头丧气 be proud; be unashamed
keep one's head
    保持冷静 remain calm
keep one's head above water
    使自己免于负债 remain out of debt
not know whether one is on one's head or one's heels
    不能理解; 被…弄糊涂 be unable to understand; be completely confused by
off the top of one's head
    不假思索 without thinking
old head on young shoulders
    年轻而有见识(的人),人小鬼大 wisdom in youth
on one's head
    由某人负责 on one's responsibility
put one's heads together
    共同商量 think out a plan with other people
put out of one's head
    放弃某念头 deliberately forget
    put sth out of one's head

    I had considered becoming a model, but I soon put the idea out of my head when I got married and started a family.


standing on one's head
    十分容易 effortlessly; with ease
turn sb's head
    使某人爱慕 make sb fall in love
用作动词 (v.)
head after (v.+prep.)
    开始追赶… begin to chase (usually sb)
    head after sb

    If you head after the robbers now, you might catch them before they leave the town limits.


head away from (v.+adv.+prep.)
    向(某地点)的反方向移动,运动 move in the opposite direction to (sth such as a place)
    head away from sth

    Heading away from the mountains,I soon found an easier path leading downhill to the village.


head back (v.+adv.)
    转身,折回 turn round; begin to return
    head back

    We ought to be heading back if we want to reach home before dark.


head for〔toward〕 (v.+prep.)
    〈非正〉引向好〔坏〕结果 cause to encourage (sth good or bad effect) to happen
    head for〔toward〕 sb/sth

    We saw him heading for us, so we stepped aside.


    We got on a bus and headed toward Dover.


    head sth for〔toward〕 sth

    They headed the boat toward the shore.


    head for〔toward〕 sth

    You're heading for an accident if you drive after drinking alcohol.


    You are heading for trouble if you go on behaving like that.


    The firm will head toward bankruptcy unless a new manager is elected.


head in (v.+prep.)
    用头把(球)顶入球门 (in football) send (the ball) into the goal with one's head
    head sth in sth

    The centre forward headed the ball in goal.


    He scored by heading the ball in goal during the last two minutes of the match.


head into (v.+prep.)
    迎着(风等)而行 take a course facing the direction of (usually the wind)
    head into sth

    It looks as though we're heading into a storm; let's stop here in this town overnight and wait till it has passed.


head off1 (v.+adv.)
    防止…发生 prevent (sth unpleasant, or sb from reaching an unpleasant subject)
head off2 (v.+prep.)
    防止…发生 prevent (sth unpleasant, or sb from reaching an unpleasant subject)
    head sb off sth

    We tried our best to head Henry off the topic, because we knew he'd reveal confidential information.


head to (v.+prep.)
    〈非正〉引出好〔坏〕结果 cause to encourage (sth good or bad) effect
    head sb to sth

    The girl headed her little sister to the school.


    head to sth

    Disobeying the law can head to trouble.


head up (v.+adv.)
    (报社)为(某专栏)安排大字标题 supply a headline for (a page)
    head sth ⇔ up

    A band headed up the parade.


    head sth ⇔ up

    She heads up the Student Union.


    Who is the best person to head up the special committee?


    head up

    When the green vegetables head up, we'll pick what we need and give the rest to our neighbours.


    head sth ⇔ up

    One of my jobs at the newspaper office was to head up the page before it was printed.


heads up (v.+adv.)
    小心 be careful


用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词


  • Kelsoe..had had his head..torn from his body.

    出自: R. Ingalls
  • The only starers were the glass eyes of a pair of buffalo heads.

    出自: J. Masters
  • If you head and hang all that offend that way.

    出自:Measure for Measure , Shakespeare



n. (名词)
  1. head作名词的基本意思是“头,头部”,包括五官部分,是可数名词,引申可指“头脑”或“头头儿”,即“领导,首领”。
  2. head作物体的“上端,顶部,前端”解,是单数名词,常接定冠词the和of,组成the head of的结构。
  3. head可用作单位词,用于表示“个人,禽畜的头数”,可与不定冠词或数词连用,其复数形式往往不加s。
v. (动词)
  1. head用作名词时意思是“头”,转化为动词则表示“位于…的顶部”“居…之首”,引申可表示“率领”“主管”“领导”。
  2. head用作及物动词时接名词或代词作宾语。可用于被动结构。
  3. head用作不及物动词时后面常接for,表示“向…出发,朝…行进”等。
  4. 在足球术语中, head表示用头进球,可用作不及物动词或及物动词,其后常接介词in。
  1. bend head表达“垂头”的意思,一般不在其前面加a。

    with bend head, Jack made a full confession.

  2. 短语bend down表示“弯腰”。


n. (名词)
head, chief, chieftain, president
  • 这组词的共同意思是“头头”或“领导人”。
  • 1.president指“总统,主席”或“(大学)的校长”。
  • 2.chief通常指一个团体中身居最高职位的人或国家,也可指政府中某个部门的主管,多用于美式英语中,且具有较为庄重的色彩。例如:
  • The mayor displaced the police chief.市长把警察局局长撤换了。
  • The Queen is the chief of the armed forces by right.女王理应是武装部队的统帅。
  • He was the chief of the clan.他是那个部族的族长。
  • 3.head一般用于比chief地位稍低的人,有时可与chief互换使用,多用于英式英语中。例如:
  • Zhang Hua was chosen the head of the factory.张华被选为厂长。
  • The original founder is still the head of the organization.最早的创始人仍是该组织的领导人。
  • 4.chieftain则专指一个部落的酋长、族长,或强盗、土匪等的头头。例如:
  • He used to be a Highland chieftain.他过去是一个苏格兰高地的族长。
  • John was the chieftain of a band of robbers.约翰是一伙强盗的头目。
  • v. (动词)
    head for, head to
  • 这两个短语中介词不同,意义用法也都不同:
  • 1.head for的意思是“引向某地〔某人〕”,而head to则是“引出…结果”。
  • 2.在用法方面, head for常用于进行体; head to一般不用于进行体。
  • head up, heads up
  • 这两个短语中的head一个是单数形式,一个是复数形式,但词义和用法完全不同。head up的意思是“在…前面”“领导或主管…”; 而heads up的意思是“小心,当心”。head up在句中作谓语,而heads up则在口语中用于独立祈使句。
  • chief,head,leader,boss
  • 这些名词都指“拥有权力或统治权的人”。
  • chief最广泛用词,上可指最高统治者,下可指顶头上司,也可指任何一级的头头。
  • head多指一个机构或团体等的负责人或最高首长。
  • leader指国家、民族、政党、组织等的领导或领袖。强调领导能力、含有能够引导、指导、控制被领导者并获得其支持的意味。
  • boss非正式用词,多作口语用,可指任何负责人,也可指经理、老板或工头。
  • 常见错误

    n. (名词)

      They sold six million heads of horses, cattle and sheep to the state.

      They sold six million head of horses, cattle and sheep to the state.

      head用来表示动物数量时,不管前面的数字为多少, head总是用单数形式。


      He has a good head to language.

      He has a good head for language.



      His father struck his head.

      His father struck him on the head.

      “敲打某人的头”要用strike sb on the head来表示。

    v. (动词)

      They are all heading to Chicago.

      They are all heading for Chicago.



    • ☆ 直接源自古英语的heafod;最初源自原始日耳曼语的khaubuthan,意为身体顶部。
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