head is in the clouds

Head is in the clouds
If a person has their head in the clouds, they have unrealistic, impractical ideas.

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  • head is in the clouds —    If a person has their head in the clouds, they have unrealistic, impractical ideas.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Head is in the clouds —   If a person has their head in the clouds, they have unrealistic, impractical ideas …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • get your head out of the clouds — be more realistic, come down to earth, get real    You can dream at home, but please get your head out of the clouds when you come to work …   English idioms

  • head\ in\ the\ clouds — • in the clouds • head in the clouds adj. phr. Far from real life; in dreams; in fancy; in thought. When Alice agreed to marry Jim, Jim went home in the clouds. Often used with head , mind , thoughts . Mary is looking out the window, not at the… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • Head in the Clouds — Título Juegos de mujer (España) Días de pasión Ficha técnica Dirección John Duigan Dirección artística Gilles Aird …   Wikipedia Español

  • head-in-the-clouds — adj. unable to concentrate on matters at hand; flighty[2]. Syn: flighty, scatterbrained. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Head in the Clouds — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Head in the Clouds Produktionsland Kanada, Großbritannien …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Head in the Clouds — Infobox Film name = Head in the Clouds image size = caption = Original poster director = John Duigan producer = Michael Cowan Bertil Ohlsson Jonathan Olsberg Jason Piette Maxime Rémillard André Rouleau writer = John Duigan narrator = Stuart… …   Wikipedia

  • The Clouds — This article is about the play by Aristophanes. For other uses, see Cloud (disambiguation). The Clouds Strepsiades, his son and Socrates (from a 16th Century engraving). The Dramatis Personae in ancient comedy depends on interpretation of textual …   Wikipedia

  • head in the clouds — adverb a) Having fantastic or impractical dreams; thinking impractically. Well, dear, you cant expect to jump into a big practice all at once, can you? But you see, I think the trouble is, not nearly enough people know youve started. And a little …   Wiktionary


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