head in

head in (to something)

to move into something head or front end first. Head into that parking space slowly. It is quite narrow. I turned the boat toward shore and headed in.
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The Cuban American National Foundation believes that pointing a gun at a child's head in a pre-dawn raid is cause for contrition and the institution of firm regulations on the use of excessive force against peaceful citizens, not a cause for celebration.