head for


Also found in: Idioms.
Related to head for: turned up

head for

vb (preposition)
1. to go or cause to go (towards)
2. to be destined for: to head for trouble.
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References in classic literature ?
"It will do you no good to refuse," continued the Princess; "for I need your head for my collection, and in the Land of Ev my will is law.
Nick Clegg in the Dancing Head would be ready for the next series of Strictly if he fails to get elected, David Cameron in the Remembering Head so he can remember what it was like to be Prime Minister if the Tories lose, Ed Miliband in the Singing Head because half the time he looks like a 1950s crooner, and the Romany Head for Nigel Farage.
Previous roles at UBS include Head of Equities EMEA, Head of European Equity Research Sales, Head of European Equity Research and Country Head for South Africa.