Idioms

head up (something) or head (something) up
to be at the head of a group, to be a leader of something
The company president headed up a group of people going overseas to promote trade.
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  • head-on
  • heads or tails
  • heads will roll
  • hear (someone) out or hear out (someone)
  • hear a peep out of (someone)
  • hear from (someone)
  • hear of (someone or something)
  • heart and soul
  • heart goes out to (someone)
  • heart is in the right place
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  • go with the flow
  • jam on the brakes
  • get away from it all
  • in poor taste
  • crux of the matter
  • hand down (something) or hand (something) down
  • in charge of (someone or something)
  • wild goose chase
  • have a rough time (of it)
  • well-to-do

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