Detailed Translations for head from English to Spanish


head [the ~] noun

  1. the head (head of a human being; sphere)
  2. the head (boss; superior; chief; leader)
    el jefe; el cabeza; el superior; el contramaestre; el líder; el capataz
  3. the head (headline)
    el titular
  4. the head
    la cabecera
  5. the head
    la cosecha; la siega; la segazón
  6. the head (chieftain; tribal chief; chief; leader)
    el gran jefe; el jefe; el cacique

to head verb (heads, headed, heading)

  1. to head (truncate; top; clip)

Conjugations for head:

  1. head
  2. head
  3. heads
  4. head
  5. head
  6. head
simple past
  1. headed
  2. headed
  3. headed
  4. headed
  5. headed
  6. headed
present perfect
  1. have headed
  2. have headed
  3. has headed
  4. have headed
  5. have headed
  6. have headed
past continuous
  1. was heading
  2. were heading
  3. was heading
  4. were heading
  5. were heading
  6. were heading
  1. shall head
  2. will head
  3. will head
  4. shall head
  5. will head
  6. will head
continuous present
  1. am heading
  2. are heading
  3. is heading
  4. are heading
  5. are heading
  6. are heading
  1. be headed
  2. be headed
  3. be headed
  4. be headed
  5. be headed
  6. be headed
  1. head!
  2. let's head!
  3. headed
  4. heading
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for head:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cabecera head awareness; beginning; beginning of a letter; block; brain; brain-pan; captain; centurion; chief; commander; forewoman; headman; leader; mind; reason; scoutmaster; woman-leader
cabeza boss; chief; head; head of a human being; leader; sphere; superior awareness; beginning; beginning of a letter; block; boss; brain; brain-pan; mind; reason
cabeza de un ser humano head; head of a human being; sphere
cacique chief; chieftain; head; leader; tribal chief
capataz boss; chief; head; leader; superior commander; foreman; foreman of a pile-driving gang; front-rank man; headman; lord; ruler; superintendant; supervisor
contramaestre boss; chief; head; leader; superior boatswain; foreman; fugleman
cosecha head benefit; crop; cultivated plants; dividing wall; fence; fencing; gain; grape harvest; harvest; harvesting; output; partition; profit; reaping; return; septum; vintage; yield
gran jefe chief; chieftain; head; leader; tribal chief
jefe boss; chief; chieftain; head; leader; superior; tribal chief VIP; beginning; beginning of a letter; boss; captain; centurion; chief; commander; foreman; forewoman; front-rank man; governor; headman; leader; lord; master; principal; ruler; topdog; viceroy; woman-leader
líder boss; chief; head; leader; superior VIP; foreman; front runner; front-rank man; leader; scoutmaster; topdog
segazón head harvest; output; yield
siega head harvest; output; yield
superior boss; chief; head; leader; superior Superior
titular head; headline authorized person; bondholder; column; empowered person; entitled person; feature; functionary; heading; heads; holder of an office; section; title bearer; titleholder; titular
- brain; capitulum; caput; chief; drumhead; forefront; foreland; fountainhead; head teacher; head word; header; heading; headland; headspring; headway; mind; nous; oral sex; pass; point; principal; promontory; psyche; question; read/write head; school principal; straits; top dog
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
desmochar clip; head; top; truncate
titular call; mention; name; stamp one's foot
- head up; lead
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- froth; tuft
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
superior better; classy; eccentric; exceptional; extremely; greatly; higher; highest; highly; larger; lofty; masterly; particular; peak; skilful; skillful; special; superior; taller; top; topmost; ultra; upper; upper most; uppermost

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Related Definitions for "head":

  1. oral stimulation of the genitals1
    • they say he gives good head1
  2. a single domestic animal1
    • 200 head of cattle1
  3. a membrane that is stretched taut over a drum1
  4. a projection out from one end1
    • the head of the nail1
    • a pinhead is the head of a pin1
  5. (nautical) a toilet on board a boat or ship1
  6. the striking part of a tool1
    • the head of the hammer1
  7. (usually plural) the obverse side of a coin that usually bears the representation of a person's head1
    • call heads or tails!1
  8. (computer science) a tiny electromagnetic coil and metal pole used to write and read magnetic patterns on a disk1
  9. that part of a skeletal muscle that is away from the bone that it moves1
  10. the upper part of the human body or the front part of the body in animals; contains the face and brains1
    • he stuck his head out the window1
  11. the rounded end of a bone that fits into a rounded cavity in another bone to form a joint1
    • the head of the humerus1
  12. that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason1
    • I couldn't get his words out of my head1
  13. (grammar) the word in a grammatical constituent that plays the same grammatical role as the whole constituent1
  14. a line of text serving to indicate what the passage below it is about1
  15. the subject matter at issue1
    • under the head of minor Roman poets1
  16. a V-shaped mark at one end of an arrow pointer1
  17. forward movement1
  18. a difficult juncture1
    • matters came to a head yesterday1
  19. the front of a military formation or procession1
    • the head of the column advanced boldly1
    • they were at the head of the attack1
  20. the source of water from which a stream arises1
    • they tracked him back toward the head of the stream1
  21. the part in the front or nearest the viewer1
    • he was at the head of the column1
  22. the top of something1
    • the head of the stairs1
    • the head of the page1
    • the head of the list1
  23. the foam or froth that accumulates at the top when you pour an effervescent liquid into a container1
    • the beer had a large head of foam1
  24. a rounded compact mass1
    • the head of a comet1
  25. a natural elevation (especially a rocky one that juts out into the sea)1
  26. a user of (usually soft) drugs1
    • the office was full of secret heads1
  27. a person who is in charge1
    • the head of the whole operation1
  28. an individual person1
    • tickets are $5 per head1
  29. the educator who has executive authority for a school1
  30. the pressure exerted by a fluid1
    • a head of steam1
  31. a dense cluster of flowers or foliage1
    • a head of cauliflower1
    • a head of lettuce1
  32. the length or height based on the size of a human or animal head1
    • he is two heads taller than his little sister1
    • his horse won by a head1
  33. the tip of an abscess (where the pus accumulates)1
  34. remove the head of1
    • head the fish1
  35. to go or travel towards1
    • where is she heading1
    • We were headed for the mountains1
  36. travel in front of; go in advance of others1
    • The procession was headed by John1
  37. be in charge of1
    • Who is heading this project?1
  38. form a head or come or grow to a head1
    • The wheat headed early this year1
  39. be in the front of or on top of1
    • The list was headed by the name of the president1
  40. be the first or leading member of (a group) and excel1
    • This student heads the class1
  41. take its rise1
    • These rivers head from a mountain range in the Himalayas1
  42. In HTML, a section of coding that precedes the body of a document and is used to describe the document itself (title, author, and so on) rather than the elements within the document.2
  43. In relation to software or documents, the top or beginning of something.2
  44. The read/write mechanism in a disk or tape drive. It converts changes in the magnetic field of the material on the disk or tape surface to changing electrical signals and vice versa. Disk drives usually contain one head for each surface that can be read from and written to.2

Wiktionary Translations for head:

  1. (intransitive) move in a specified direction
  2. (transitive) to strike with the head
  3. (transitive) be in command of
  1. end of hammer, etc.
  2. the blunt end of a nail, etc.
  3. headmaster, headmistress
  4. leader or chief
  5. topmost or leading part
  6. part of the body

Cross Translation:
head cabeza kop — hoofd van een mens
head cabeza kop — hoofd van een dier
head cabeza hoofd — een belangrijk lichaamsdeel, helemaal bovenaan het lichaam, waarin zich de hersenen en de meeste zintuigen bevinden
head jefe chef — de baas, iemand die de leiding heeft
head arrojarse sobre; acudir a; acercarse a afkomen — benaderen
head cabeza Hauptgehoben: Kopf
head jefe Haupt — Person an der oberster Stelle einer Hierarchie
head cabeza KopfAnatomie: oberster bzw. vorderster Körperteil eines Lebewesens
head capítulo KöpfchenBotanik: eine Form des Blütenstandes
head capítulo KörbchenBotanik: der Blütenstand der Korbblütler
head jefe; director Leiter — Person, die etwas leitet beziehungsweise als verantwortlicher Vorgesetzter in leitender Position steht
head mamarlo (a); succionarlo (a) blasenvulgär: den Penis sexuell oral stimulieren
head cabezar köpfen — (transitiv) mit dem Kopf stoßen
head jefe; caudillo; comandante; patrón chef — Qui est à la tête d’un corps, d’une assemblée ; qui y a le premier rang et la principale autorité
head guiar guideraccompagner quelqu’un pour lui montrer le chemin.
head preceder; adelantarse; anteceder précéderaller devant ; marcher devant.
head arreglar réglertirer avec la règle des lignes droites sur du papier, du parchemin, du carton, etc. cf|papier réglé.
head cabeza tête — anatomie|fr partie supérieure du corps, qui est le siège du cerveau et des principaux organes des sens, et qui, chez l’homme et chez la plupart des vertébrés, tenir au reste du corps par le cou.

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