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idioms using head
Head and shoulders above
The new programmer is head and shoulders above the old one because she can program in eight languages.
To run, to manage
Suzuki-san was asked to head up the committee organizing the summer barbecue.
Over one's head
Beyond one's ability to understand
Yano-san tried to follow the lawyer's explanation but it was clearly over his head.
Off the top of one's head
The first thought that comes to mind
Miyagawa-san said, off the top of her head, that 200 people are attending the seminar, but she will check the enrollment list to confirm the number.
Come to a head
To reach a crisis point
The problem with the shortage of qualified technicians came to a head over the holidays when several of the regular staff were on holiday.