What is the meaning of HEAD OUT?
leave a place
1. When they started to complain about his brother, he headed out of the room.
2. The wedding isn’t until Saturday, but we are going to head out on Thursday so we can help them with the decorating Friday afternoon. (Note: This suggests that the wedding is in another city.)
|present participle:||HEADING OUT|
|past participle:||HEADED OUT|
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