Definition of 'headroom'
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If Premier gets some financial headroom it may yet take further advantage of the depressed situation in the region. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If Premier gets some financial headroom it may yet take further advantage of the depressed situation in the region. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The car is big on rear legroom and headroom for tall executives. The Sun (2014)Then you need to make sure you will have enough headroom. The Sun (2013) Leg and headroom front and back is exceptional for the size of vehicle. The Sun (2009)Front seats are comfortable and supportive and there is a surprisingly generous amount of leg and headroom. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And now it is pressing ahead with asset sales to give it further financial headroom. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Plus there's more headroom and legroom up front. The Sun (2015)There is more rear leg and headroom, plus more boot space. The Sun (2014)Not much headroom there, which explains a recent round of layoffs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It also said that it was lining up disposals of small non-core business to improve its financial headroom. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The extra headroom on its debt will give it a chance to pursue bolt-on acquisitions or to raise dividends. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Inside, there is no shortage of front headroom and legroom but rear seat space is cosy for three adults. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's very snug in the back for adults but leg and headroom overall is more than enough for a family. The Sun (2009)It gives you more space inside because the window will be upright like in a wall, so you gain extra headroom. The Sun (2013)Rear passengers enjoy good headroom and legroom and the car will carry five adults in reasonable comfort, at least on shorter journeys. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I can't see why you would need the ground clearance or the extra headroom. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If there is a criticism, it's the rear seat leg and headroom. The Sun (2011)A prudent board would assure itself that it had sufficient margin headroom to cope with such a price increase or put in place the necessary hedging arrangements. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the back, passengers over 6ft might struggle with headroom and legroom is also in short supply behind taller drivers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Although lenders will have headroom for as much as 150 billion of new loans, they are unlikely to use it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There's also more back seat leg and headroom and more comfortable rear seats, an area criticised in the current model. The Sun (2012)I like the uncluttered and clean lines that give it the appeal of a premium brand, plus it is big on leg and headroom. The Sun (2014)Good headroom and legroom are important, although I would consider a smaller car. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If you sit in the back, you will marvel at how much headroom there is and the fact that there's no shortage of legroom. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is bigger than the current model and as well as extra leg and headroom for passengers, boot space goes up to a class leading 408 litres. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'headroom'
British English: headroom /ˈhɛdˌrʊm; -ˌruːm/ NOUN
Headroom is the amount of space below a roof or bridge.
The forecabin, with 6ft headroom, also has plenty of room to stand and get dressed.
- American English: clearance
- Arabic: مَجَال
- Brazilian Portuguese: altura
- Chinese: 净空高度
- Croatian: međuprostor
- Czech: světlá výška
- Danish: loftshøjde
- Dutch: doorgangshoogte
- European Spanish: altura vehículos
- Finnish: alikulkukorkeus
- French: hauteur
- German: Kopfraum
- Greek: ελεύθερο ύψος πάνω από το κεφάλι
- Italian: altezza massima
- Japanese: 頭上スペース
- Korean: 머리위 공간
- Norwegian: ståhøyde
- Polish: prześwit
- European Portuguese: pé-direito
- Romanian: înălțime de construcție
- Russian: габаритная высота
- Spanish: altura
- Swedish: fri höjd
- Thai: ที่ว่างเหนือศีรษะ
- Turkish: boşluk payı tavanda
- Ukrainian: габаритна висота
- Vietnamese: khoảng trống phía trên
Definition of headroom from the Collins English Dictionary
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