heads up

interjection

Definition of heads up

  1. —used as a warning to look out for danger especially overhead or to clear a passageway

1916

First Known Use of heads up

1916


HEADS UP Defined for English Language Learners

heads up

interjection

Definition of heads up for English Language Learners

  • —used to tell someone to look up because of possible danger



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