have a thick head

have a thick head
have a thick head british informal phrase
to feel a pain in your head because you are ill or you have drunk too much alcohol
Thesaurus: to feel or be illsynonym
Main entry: thick

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  • have a thick head — British informal to feel a pain in your head because you are ill or you have drunk too much alcohol …   English dictionary

  • (a) thick head — a thick ˈhead idiom (informal) a physical condition in which your head is painful or you cannot think clearly as a result of an illness or of drinking too much alcohol • You re going to have a thick head in the morning! Main entry: ↑thickidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • thick — I UK [θɪk] / US adjective Word forms thick : adjective thick comparative thicker superlative thickest *** 1) a) a thick object or material has a long distance between two opposite sides, edges, or surfaces She was wearing a thick woollen sweater …   English dictionary

  • head — head1 W1S1 [hed] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(top of body)¦ 2¦(mind)¦ 3¦(calm/sensible)¦ 4¦(person in charge)¦ 5¦(front/leading position)¦ 6¦(crazy)¦ 7 a head/per head 8¦(river/valley)¦ 9 come to a head 9 bring something to a head …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • thick — thick1 [ θık ] adjective *** ▸ 1 long between edges ▸ 2 growing close together ▸ 3 not flowing easily ▸ 4 filling air completely ▸ 5 full of something ▸ 6 hard to understand ▸ 7 stupid ▸ 8 very friendly with someone ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) a thick… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • head — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 part of the body ADJECTIVE ▪ bare ▪ bald ▪ shaved ▪ blonde, dark, fair, grey/gray …   Collocations dictionary

  • thick — thick1 W2S2 [θık] adj comparative thicker superlative thickest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(not thin)¦ 2¦(measurement)¦ 3¦(trees/bushes etc)¦ 4¦(smoke/cloud etc)¦ 5¦(liquid)¦ 6¦(hair/fur)¦ 7¦(stupid)¦ 8¦(vo …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • head — I n. upper part of the body 1) to nod; shake one s head 2) to bare; bow; drop, hang, lower; lift, raise; move; poke, stick; scratch; toss; turn one s head (to scratch one s head in amazement; to poke one s head around the comer) 3) to hold one s… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • head — head1 [ hed ] noun *** ▸ 1 top part of body ▸ 2 your mind and thoughts ▸ 3 leader of group ▸ 4 top/front part of something ▸ 5 white bubbles on beer ▸ 6 where river begins ▸ 7 top of drum ▸ 8 center of spot on skin ▸ 9 for counting animals ▸ 10… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • thick — 1 /TIk/ adjective 1 THINGS a) measuring a particular amount, especially more than usual, between two surfaces or sides: a thick oak door | Wrap your baby in a thick towel or blanket. | 3 feet/1cm/two inches etc thick: In some places, the walls… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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