English version

put your heads together

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput your heads togetherput your heads togetherDISCUSSto discuss a difficult problem together The next morning, we all put our heads together to decide what should be done. head
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put your heads together150 government leaders are putting their heads together to discuss how to curb the production of greenhouse gases.Anyway, we can put our heads together later and see if it means anything.Emily and I put our heads together after office hours and came up with the answers we needed.He will be less easy to understand if you literally put your heads together.We'll put our heads together after work and see if we can come up with a solution.They put their heads together, from thousands of miles away.Stevie and I are going to put our heads together to try and reconstruct them for Midge.The challenge is to put our heads together and think of a new way of working.Fearing the ships might founder on coastal rocks, the admiral summoned all his navigators to put their heads together.The next day Martha and I would put our heads together and decide what should be done.
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