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head tĂȘte
How to say “head” in French? “TĂȘte”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “tĂȘte” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on head in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “Head”

French sentence with “tĂȘte” English translation for tĂȘte S

C’est pire de heurter la tĂȘte que l’Ă©paule.

It’s worse to hit the head than the shoulder.

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To remember the French word “tĂȘte,” you might think of having a “tattoo on your head,” and since “tattoo” sounds a bit like “tĂȘte,” it can help you make the connection.

**Tips to Remember:**
– Associate “tĂȘte” with the English word “head,” perhaps picturing a head with a “tea” pot on top (and “tĂ©” is “tea” in Spanish, which sounds like “tĂȘte”).
– Think of the phrase “Keep your head,” and play with the idea that to “keep your tĂȘte,” you need to remember the word.

– “TĂȘte” is a feminine noun in French.
– It is used to refer to the physical head of a person or an animal.

**Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:**
– There aren’t many direct synonyms for “tĂȘte,” as it is a very specific body part. However, in a more medical or scientific context, the term “crĂąne” can be used to refer specifically to the skull.

**Alternate Meanings/Slang:**
– “Se prendre la tĂȘte” (literally “to take one’s head”) means to worry or overthink something.
– “Une tĂȘte de linotte” refers to a scatterbrain or someone who is forgetful (literally “a linnet’s head”).
– “Avoir la tĂȘte en l’air” (literally “to have one’s head in the air”) means to be absent-minded or distracted.
– “TĂȘte-Ă -tĂȘte” (literally “head-to-head”) means a private conversation between two people.

**Examples of Sentences:**
– “J’ai mal Ă  la tĂȘte.” (I have a headache.)
– “Il faut que je me coiffe, ma tĂȘte est en dĂ©sordre.” (I need to do my hair, my head is a mess.)
– “Elle a perdu la tĂȘte quand elle l’a vu.” (She lost her head when she saw him.)
– “Nous avons eu un long tĂȘte-Ă -tĂȘte hier soir.” (We had a long private conversation last night.)

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