things fly at my head


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I think it's an idiom, but I'm not sure (maybe it means that he's thinking a lot of things at the same time?) because before, in the story, it is said "two small bodies in white came out and a large white thing flew past his head". It's a story about the Canterville Ghost lol.
Which may be the translation into Spanish? Muchas cosas vinieron a mi cabeza?
  • frida-nc

    Senior Member
    English USA
    Hi Ashuriña,
    Where did the "muchas cosas" come from? In your passage, I see only "two small bodies in white" and a "large white thing." (Those seem like typical ghostly appearances, and "flew past my head" means it passed by, without "coming in").
    If you come back with more details of where you're seeing a phrase meaning "things coming into your head," we can help more.