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to nod (one's head)

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  • Nod one's head — (prison) 1. plead guilty; 2. accept blame or responsibility for something …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • nod one's head — Australian Slang (prison) 1. plead guilty; 2. accept blame or responsibility for something …   English dialects glossary

  • shake one's head — verb a) To move ones head from side to side, in a repeated swiveling motion from the neck, to indicate disagreement, negation, disbelief, or dismay. An Indian lost in the woods! said the scout, shaking his head doubtingly …   Wiktionary

  • nod — [c]/nɒd / (say nod) verb (nodded, nodding) –verb (i) 1. to make a slight, quick inclination of the head, as in assent, greeting, command, etc. 2. to let the head fall forwards with a sudden, involuntary movement when sleepy. 3. to grow careless,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • nod — ► VERB (nodded, nodding) 1) lower and raise one s head slightly and briefly in greeting, assent, or understanding, or as a signal. 2) let one s head fall forward when drowsy or asleep. 3) (nod off) informal fall asleep. 4) make a mistake due to a …   English terms dictionary

  • Nod (gesture) — A depiction of a man nodding A nod of the head is a gesture in which the head is tilted in alternating up and down arcs along the sagittal plane. In many cultures, it is most commonly, but not universally, used to indicate agreement, acceptance,… …   Wikipedia

  • head — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 part of the body ADJECTIVE ▪ bare ▪ bald ▪ shaved ▪ blonde, dark, fair, grey/gray …   Collocations dictionary

  • head — I n. upper part of the body 1) to nod; shake one s head 2) to bare; bow; drop, hang, lower; lift, raise; move; poke, stick; scratch; toss; turn one s head (to scratch one s head in amazement; to poke one s head around the comer) 3) to hold one s… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • nod — [[t]nɒ̱d[/t]] ♦♦♦ nods, nodding, nodded 1) VERB: no passive If you nod, you move your head downwards and upwards to show that you are answering yes to a question, or to show agreement, understanding, or approval. Are you okay? I asked. She nodded …   English dictionary

  • nod — v. & n. v. (nodded, nodding) 1 intr. incline one s head slightly and briefly in greeting, assent, or command. 2 intr. let one s head fall forward in drowsiness; be drowsy. 3 tr. incline (one s head). 4 tr. signify (assent etc.) by a nod. 5 intr.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • nod — 1 verb nodded, nodding (I, T) 1 to move your head up and down, especially in order to show agreement or understanding: I asked her if she was ready to go, and she nodded. | nod your head: Jane nodded her head sympathetically. | nod your… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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