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dick·head

 (dĭk′hĕd′)
n. Vulgar Slang
An inept, foolish, or contemptible person.

dickhead

(ˈdɪkˌhɛd)
n
slang a stupid or despicable man or boy
[C20: from dick2 (in the sense: penis) + head]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dickhead - insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous
dirty word, vulgarism, obscenity, smut, filth - an offensive or indecent word or phrase
disagreeable person, unpleasant person - a person who is not pleasant or agreeable
Translations
molopäämunapää
glandtête de nœud

dickhead

[ˈdɪkhed] Nimbécil mf, gilipollas mf inv

dickhead

[ˈdɪkhɛd] n (British)tête f de nœud

dickhead

n (sl pej)Idiot m (pej)

dickhead

[ˈdɪkˌhɛd] n (fam!) → testa m or f di cazzo (fam!)
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"The paramedic with me shouted at him, saying 'This guy's got enough to contend with, you dickhead. Do you have to hit the kerb?"' The inquest heard that Mr B i d d l e s u f f e r e d appalling injuries, spent several weeks in a coma and doctors gave him dozens of pints of blood in transfusions.
He had called her a "f dickhead", and later a "f ing Lebanese dickhead".
Here's a lethal title for the stage version of Bogosian's novel: Portrait of she Artist as a Dickhead. The diary entries flip back and forth from the older Richard to the younger Richard--the story ping-pongs, leaving for us to imagine what transpired in between two different periods of his life.
Mr Watts is also known to be fiercely protective of his reputation, having once sued a business owner who called him a "dickhead" and "money merchant" at a creditors' meeting.
"You hear about people refusing them because it's not rock and roll but that's a dickhead approach.'' Like many recipients, he was intimidated by the official looking letter.
'You're tickling.' He shifted away slightly and asked: 'So you'd live for five years with a man you call a dickhead?'
Rubin--of Algonquin Press, chose "Dickhead" by Anne Barnhill of Garner, North Carolina, as the first runner-up, and "Shack on Fire" by Bill Morris of Durham as the second runner-up.
The interview had just begun when Myers asked Steinberg, "Was that your idea of a question, dickhead?" The audience roared.
clippers in your mobile phone Irving you dickhead."
DID you know that Clive Tyldesley is an anagram of complete and utter dickhead?
Although the title "Dikkenek" is never defined, the American term "dickhead" comes to mind.
The words "2919 Dickhead" have been traced in the dust on the back of Bridges' vehicle and scratched into her mother's station wagon.