head out

head out (for something)

to set out for something or some place; to begin a journey to something or some place. We headed out for Denver very early in the morning. What time do we head out tomorrow morning?
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head something out

to aim something outward; to move something on its way, head or front first. Head the boat out and pull out the throttle. I headed out the car and we were on our way.
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head out

1. Depart, begin a journey, as in The ship was heading out to sea, or When do you head out again?
2. head out after. Follow or pursue, as in Since they knew the way, we headed out after them, or A police car headed out after the car thieves.
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head out

v.
1. To depart for some destination: I'm heading out to the store, do you want anything?
2. To aim or point something outward: The teenager headed the car out of the driveway and sped off.
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With ace Kevin Brown pitching today, the Dodgers have a chance to win the series against the playoff-contending Astros and head out on a crucial seven-game road trip with some positive.
The illustrious composer-conductor stresses he'd love to head out with Babs on tour again.