to head out

Idiom Definition

"to head out"

to leave;

to depart

Idiom Definition - to head out


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - to head out

A husband and wife are talking on their cell phones ...

Wife: Where are you?

Husband: I'm just heading out of the office.

Wife: You won't forget to pick up the stuff for the party tonight, will you?

Husband: I'm just heading over to the mall now. I can pick up the party supplies when I get there.

Wife: Thank you, sweetheart. See you when you get home.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - to head out

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1: Did you hear about the party at Paula's?

Friend 2: I did! Sounds like it'll be a really good party.

Friend 1: Well, it's nine o'clock now. When do you want to go?

Friend 2: Let's head out now.

Friend 1: OK.

to head out - Usage:


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to head out - Gerund Form:

Heading out from work can be a happy experience.

to head out - Examples:

1)  Arriving early yesterday, I managed to stay awake for nearly 24 hours and head out for dinner with Maura as her birthday celebration. 

2)  So I fire up the S4 first and head out on to the track.

3)  Ianetta will head out on a rehab assignment this weekend or early next week.

4)  Check with your team leader before you head out.

5)  Sandy's " attempted " path would be to recurve off the East coast and head out to sea, as most East Coast hurricanes do.

6)  Tomorrow morning early I head out for Bremerton.

7)  Last month I had the opportunity to head out west to San Francisco to test drive the all new 2013 Nissan Sentra.

8)  I'm pretty excited because the plan is to head out to Victoria right after that to do some diving out there.

9)  Then we pack up and try to sleep a little. We head out bright and early to a game park.

10)  Something happens when I head out on those walks.

11)  Rent snowshoes and head out on a trail at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester.

12)  This is a quickie post. I have to head out for an all-day meeting, so I won't be around.

13)  Before I head out, I wanted to tell you about an interesting trend we've been seeing.

14)  OK, I'll head out there now and cut the wire so you don't see it anymore.

15)  I kind of overbooked myself tonight, so I have to head out.

16)  I've been training for about the last month or so now and I head out in about two weeks to go down to Atlanta to start shooting.

17)  Great writers inspire readers to head out in search of foreign sunsets.

18)  Before I head out to the grocery store, I'll just check on Amazon for the price.

19)  All the other techs are able to pack up and head out by 8:45.

20)  Over the weekend he'll clean up the basement, maybe head out to the beach have himself a bonfire.