with head in the clouds

with head in the clouds
with (your) head in the clouds have (your) head in the clouds - to not know what is really happening around you because you are paying too much attention to your own ideas.

He was walking along with his head in the clouds as usual when he tripped over a paving stone.


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  • with your head in the clouds — with (your) head in the clouds have (your) head in the clouds to not know what is really happening around you because you are paying too much attention to your own ideas. He was walking along with his head in the clouds as usual when he tripped… …   New idioms dictionary

  • with one's head in the clouds — In a dreamy impractical way or state • • • Main Entry: ↑cloud …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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

  • 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 — 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

  • in (or with one's head in) the clouds — out of touch with reality. → cloud …   English new terms dictionary

  • have one's head in the clouds — (of a person) be out of touch with reality; be daydreaming …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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

  • in the clouds — phrasal : given over to or in a state of impractical fancy; specifically : rapt in abstruse cogitation, nebulous theorizing, or aesthetic transport * * * in the clouds Out of touch with reality • • • Main Entry: ↑cloud * * * out of touch with… …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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

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