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(idiomatic) Direct, abrupt, blunt or unequivocal; not prevaricating.
A collision from the front.
They strive to meet the trends head-on and keep you looking your best.
The only way to repair the damage that has been done is to address it head-on.
They moved around the room; her head on his shoulder, her hand in his.
She cradled her throbbing head on her arms and tried to relax.
As if that weren't enough of a challenge, Bruce must subvert and sometimes battle head-on a secretive and corrupt government agency.
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