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In Idioms, Cliches, and Slang

What does the phrase a hard head mean?

A hard head (or hardheaded) means someone that is stubborn, or basically doesn't listen to anyone but themselves. -Brett
In Definitions

What does the phrase make out not war mean?

The phrase I believe you are asking about is "Make love not war." That being the case, it is simple. It comes from the Vietnam War era Anitwar Movement and protests. It was a (MORE)
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What is the meaning of the phrase 'not able to make heads or tails of it'?

Not being able to make heads or tails of something means that it is ambiguous, puzzling, or unclear. If you can't make heads or tails of something it means you don't understan (MORE)
In Word Games

What is a word meaning to make able?

A good word for that might be "enable". Such as: "Buying a boat will enable Fred to cross the lake." Since Fred has bought the boat, he is now able to go across the (MORE)
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What does the phrase 'to flip things on its head' mean?

Imagine if you flipped a person upside down so they were standing on their head - that's what this phrase means literally. As an idiom, it means taking an idea or rule or sit (MORE)
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What is the meaning of the phrase out of his head?

Havent heard 'out of his head,it might be 'out of his mind' it mean 'crazy' "Out of your head" does mean crazy - but more in the term of "crazy in love." There is a popular so (MORE)
In English Language

What does the phrase able bodied mean?

Vocabulary Sentences The spy investigates while her helper looks for clues. When my sister Angie, isn't home I'm solitary. Each animal and human being has its own territo (MORE)
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What is the meaning of the phrase head under water?

If you are underwater it is difficult to breathe. This is saying that this is a hard time in your life. Your head is under water. Your having trouble staying afloat.
In Idioms, Cliches, and Slang

What does to make heads or tails of something mean?

The image is of flipping a coin and not being able to tell if it comes up "heads" or "tails." You say this when you can't figure something out at all, as in "I just can't make (MORE)
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What does the phrase 'head honcho' mean?

The word 'honcho' originates from the Japanese Honcho, or squad leader. 'Head honcho' as a phrase therefore means the head leader. This translates in English as an idiom for (MORE)
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What does 'heads or tails' mean?

It's when you throw a coin up and try to pick which side landsfacing up - it's a way of choosing between two sides when neitherside wants to pick (or when neither one wants to (MORE)