English version

head for heights

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhead for heightshead for heightsBALANCEthe ability to look down from high places without feeling ill or nervous head
Examples from the Corpus
head for heightsThey were seated by one of the windows, and Paige was glad she had a head for heights.The stunt took eighteen months to set up, and was only for those with a strong head for heights.
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