Discussion in 'Spanish-English Grammar / Gramática Español-Inglés' started by Bruna, Nov 29, 2006.
"He has a fine head of hair"
Could someone explain to me the meaning of this expression?
It means that he has a lot of strong hair. That he is not even nearly going bald.
"Strong" hair? That's an unusual way to define hair.
A fine head of hair describes a head of hair that is full and/or thick. A person with a fine head of hair has a lot of hair.
Acording to the context I thought it could have a figurative meaning. It's said by someone who seem to be joking.
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