head off to (some place)

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head off to (some place)

To leave for a particular place. Louise just headed off to the store, but you can probably still catch her, if you leave now.
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THE world's most famous steam locomotive is scheduled to briefly pass through Teesside as it heads off to the North-west.
Tenacious midfield player Medel heads off to Santiago - a round trip of almost 15,000 miles - and calls in to Geneva on the way back to Wales.
French striker Rudy Gestede heads off to West Africa where he is in the Benin squad for their World Cup qualifier against Rwanda in Porto Novo on Sunday, September 8.
However, Daz is less easy to persuade, and heads off to see his hospitalised half-brother, who assures him that Jo is spreading lies.
Merle ends up with the essence of the Flowing Queen residing inside her, rescues a flying stone lion, and heads off to find allies to help Venice in this first volume of a fantasy adventure series.
CHARLOTTE Church leaves home as she heads off to a church hall to celebrate a family friend becoming a priest.
Jill Winters, 14, is sent to spend the summer with her Nana while her mother heads off to Newfoundland to care for a sick brother and her father, a famous singer, is on tour.
Therapy for both Becky and Kip and a restraining order are the result; and Becky, whose life has been shaken as if an earthquake had occurred, heads off to college, sadder and wiser.
He heads off to Vermont to live and work with lovely Nora and belligerent Walt, and while at first their earnest save-the-Earth concerns strikes him as ludicrous, he's quickly converted.
She heads off to the Ontario Skateboarding Championship with her best friend, champion skateboarder Razz, but life for Allie doesn't become any easier.