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French-English translation for: gone head over heels
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allé {past-p}gone
vêt. hauts talons {m.pl}high heels
loc. prendre ses jambes à son couto take to one's heels
directeur {m}head
anat. tête {f}head
dirigeant {m}head [manager]
vêt. foulard {m}head scarf
crâne {m} chauvebald head
bot. pied {m}head [lettuce, celery, tobacco]
pomme {f} d'arrosagesprinkler head
pommeau {m} de doucheshower head
méd. rhume {m} de cerveauhead cold
pol. chef {m} d'Étathead of state
tête {f} brûlée [fam.]hot-head [coll.]
méd. traumatisme {m} crânienhead injury [affecting skull]
se diriger versto make / head for
loc. Gardez votre calme !Keep your head!
la tête la première {adv}head first
Unverified suggestionner qn.to put ideas into sb.'s head
détourner la têteto turn one's head away
hocher la têteto shake one's head (no)
se cogner la têteto knock one's head
se gratter la têteto scratch one's head
se ressaisir [se canaliser]to get one's head straight [coll.]
hocher la tête [de haut en bas]to nod (one's head)
rire à gorge déployée [loc.]to laugh one's head off [idiom]
tirer à qn. dans la têteto shoot sb. in the head
dodeliner de la têteto nod one's head gently [not necessarily affirmatively]
loc. chambouler qc. [fam.] [changer profondément]to turn sth. on its head [coll.] [change profoundly]
loc. Mets-toi bien ça dans le crâne. [fam.]Get that in your head. [coll.]
ceindre sa tête d'un bandeau [littéraire]to put a band round one's head
Unverified aller droit dans le mur [fig.]to be hitting one's head against a brick wall [coll.]
en tête de table {adv}at the head of the table
garder la tête froide [fig.]to keep a cool head [fig.]
perdre la boule [fig.] [perdre la tête]to lose one's head [fig.]
loc. N'était-ce pas à en perdre la tête ?Wasn't it enough to make you lose your head?
bicyc. Unverified tube {m} de directionhead tube
accourirto rush over
basculerto topple (over)
par-dessus {adv} {prep}over
vêt. pull-over {m}sweater
là-bas {adv}over there
par ici {adv}over here
par {adv}over there
complaisant {adj} [trop indulgent]over-indulgent
considérer qc.to mull over sth.
marchander qc.to haggle over sth.
ressasser qc.to brood over sth.
surmonter qc.to get over sth.
survoler qc.to fly over sth.
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