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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhead-firsthead-first, headfirst /ˌhedˈfɜːst◂ $ -ˈfɜːrst◂/ adverb  1 FORWARDif you fall head-first, your head goes down first, and the rest of your body follows afterwardsdive/fall/jump/plunge head-first I fell head-first down the stairs.2 HURRYif you do something head-first, you become involved in it too quickly, without having time to think about it carefully a remark that sent him tumbling head-first into another controversy
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head-firstFirst he flung the man head-first into the snow.But it takes a mighty age to tell its tale and dives head-first into the soap suds along the way.
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