Definition of 'a head'
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This should help diners with the restaurant bill, which costs 255 a head for the set menu. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tickets cost £94 a head at the weekend. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Flights and one night in a hotel before and after the voyage costs from £1,750 a head. The Sun (2013)Birds cost about £10 a head depending on breed but should give you an egg most mornings. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And the whole thing will cost about £1 a head. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A dinner cost £3 a head then. The Sun (2012)Why did these people come on the course, which costs £260 a head? Times, Sunday Times (2011)This year's meal is thought to have cost £28 a head. The Sun (2014)The four-course dinner with half a bottle of wine and other treats costs 100 a head. The Sun (2015)The dinner cost £75 a head, but most guests stayed the night. The Sun (2013)A typical expedition costs £4,000 a head and the youngsters are expected to raise the money themselves as part of the initiative. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It costs £50 a head, but the food is of such a high quality it is well worth it. The Sun (2014)He spoke out after finding that the average two-course pub lunch with one glass of wine cost £20 a head. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A meal with wine costs around £40 a head, and the smoked lamb ribs are to die for. The Sun (2013)
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