Anglų - Lietuvių žodynas

Kompiuterinis žodynas internete nemokamai

head

Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis head reiškia 1. n 1) galva; to go off one's head išprotėti; at the head ofpriešakyje; head over heels kulvirsčia; to keep one's head išlaikyti ramybę; to lay heads together šnek. tartis; above/over one's headper sunku suprasti; 2) vinies galvutė; 3) (lovos)galvūgalis; lietuviškai.

Head tarimas:

  • /hed/

Head audio:

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: The uppermost or forwardmost part of the body of a vertebrate, containing the brain and the eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and jaws.
  • noun: The analogous part of an invertebrate organism.
  • noun: The length or height of such a part: The horse lost by a head. She is two heads taller than he is.
  • noun: The seat of the faculty of reason; intelligence, intellect, or mind: I did the figuring in my head.
  • noun: Mental ability or aptitude: She has a good head for mathematics.
  • noun: Freedom of choice or action: Give the child his head and see how well he solves the problems.
  • noun: Slang A habitual drug user. Often used in combination: a dopehead.
  • noun: Slang An enthusiast. Often used in combination: a chilihead.
  • noun: A person considered foolish or contemptible. Often used in combination: a chowderhead.
  • noun: A portrait or representation of a person's head.
  • noun: The side of a coin having the principal design, often of the head of a famous person, and the date. Often used in the plural with a singular verb.
  • noun: Informal A headache: had a bad head early this morning.
  • noun: An individual; a person: charged five dollars a head.
  • noun: A single animal: 20 head of cattle.
  • noun: A person who leads, rules, or is in charge; a leader, chief, or director: the head of the corporation.
  • noun: A headmaster or headmistress.
  • noun: The foremost or leading position: marched at the head of the parade.
  • noun: A headwaiter.
  • noun: The difference in depth of a liquid at two given points.
  • noun: The measure of pressure at the lower point expressed in terms of this difference.
  • noun: The pressure exerted by a liquid or gas: a head of steam.
  • noun: The liquid or gas exerting the pressure.
  • noun: The froth or foam that rises to the top in pouring an effervescent liquid, such as beer.
  • noun: The tip of an abscess, boil, or pimple, in which pus forms.
  • noun: A turning point; a crisis: bring matters to a head. See Synonyms at crisis.
  • noun: A projection, weight, or fixture at the end of an elongated object: the head of a pin; a head of land overlooking the harbor.
  • noun: The working end of a tool or implement: the head of a hammer.
  • noun: The part of an explosive device that carries the explosive; a warhead.
  • noun: The part of a stringed instrument where the strings are wound; a tuning head.
  • noun: A tuning machine.
  • noun: Anatomy The rounded proximal end of a long bone: the head of the femur.
  • noun: Anatomy The end of a muscle that is attached to the less movable part of the skeleton.
  • noun: An attachment to or part of a machine that holds or contains the operative device.
  • noun: The magnetic head of a tape recorder or VCR.
  • noun: The device in a magnetic disk or tape drive that enables it to read data from and write data to the disk or tape.
  • noun: A rounded compact mass, as of leaves or buds: a head of cabbage.
  • noun: Botany A flower head.
  • noun: The uppermost part; the top: Place the appropriate name at the head of each column.
  • noun: The end considered the most important: sat at the head of the table.
  • noun: Either end of an object, such as a drum, whose two ends are interchangeable.
  • noun: Nautical The forward part of a vessel.
  • noun: Nautical The top part or upper edge of a sail.
  • noun: A toilet, especially on a ship.
  • noun: A passage or gallery in a coal mine.
  • noun: Printing The top of a book or page.
  • noun: Printing A headline or heading.
  • noun: Printing A distinct topic or category: under the head of recent Spanish history.
  • noun: Headway; progress.
  • noun: Linguistics The word in a construction that has the same grammatical function as the construction as a whole and that determines relationships of concord to other parts of the construction or sentence in which the construction occurs.
  • noun: Vulgar Slang Oral sex.
  • adjective: Of, relating to, or intended for the head. Often used in combination: headshaking; headwrap.
  • adjective: Foremost in rank or importance: the head librarian.
  • adjective: Placed at the top or the front: the head name on the list.
  • adjective: Slang Of, relating to, or for drugs or drug users.
  • verb-transitive: To be in charge of; lead: The minister headed the committee.
  • verb-transitive: To be in the first or foremost position of: Collins heads the list of job candidates.
  • verb-transitive: To aim, point, or turn in a certain direction: headed the team of horses up the hill.
  • verb-transitive: To remove the head or top of.
  • verb-transitive: Sports To hit (a soccer ball) in the air with one's head.
  • verb-transitive: To provide with a head: head each column with a number; headed the flagpole with a golden ball.
  • verb-intransitive: To proceed or go in a certain direction: head for town.
  • verb-intransitive: To form a head, as lettuce or cabbage.
  • verb-intransitive: To originate, as a stream or river; rise.
  • phrasal-verb: head off To block the progress or completion of; intercept: Try to head him off before he gets home. The town headed off the attempt to build another mall.
  • idiom: have a big To be overly self-confident or conceited.
  • idiom: head and shoulders above Far superior to: head and shoulders above her colleagues in analytical capability.
  • idiom: head over heels Rolling, as in a somersault: tripped and fell head over heels.
  • idiom: head over heels Completely; hopelessly: head over heels in love.
  • idiom: keep (one's) head To remain calm; remain in control of oneself.
  • idiom: lose (one's) head To lose one's poise or self-control.
  • idiom: off Insane; crazy.
  • idiom: on (one's) head As one's responsibility or fault: If this project fails, it's on your head.
  • idiom: over (one's) head Beyond one's comprehension.
  • idiom: over (one's) head Beyond one's financial means.
  • idiom: put heads together To consult and plan together: Let's put our heads together and solve this problem.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • to go off one's head išprotėti
  • at the head ofpriešakyje
  • head over heels kulvirsčia
  • to keep one's head išlaikyti ramybę
  • to lay heads together šnek. tartis
  • above/over one's headper sunku suprasti
  • vinies galvutė
  • (lovos)galvūgalis
  • galva
Žodyno testas

Ką reiškia lietuviškai?

Parinkite teisingą atsakymą

abandonment

/ə'bændənmənt/
Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Ką reiškia žodis abandonment lietuviškai?

--Autorius (flickr)

Atversti kitą žodį