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cabeza - feminine noun (la) - head. Look up cabeza in the dictionary

Cuando me duele la cabeza, casi no puedo hacer nada.
When I have a headache, I can't do hardly anything.
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Old October 28, 2008, 10:13 AM
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Mí cabeza pica.
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Mí cabeza pica.
¿Tu cabeza pica???

¿Tienes piojos?



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Quemadura de sol con poco pelo.
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Geeper you haven't hair in your head.


Why?
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Tengo sólo un poco pelo encima de mi cabeza.
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Why do you have a bit hair in your head.
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This is a discussion thread for the Daily Spanish Word for October 25, 2008

cabeza - feminine noun (la) - head. Look up cabeza in the dictionary

Cuando me duele la cabeza, casi no puedo hacer nada.
When I have a headache, I can't do hardly anything.
Shouldn't this be When I have a headache, I can hardly do anything ?? ??

If it's can't do hardly anything, then isn't that a double negative?
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Why do you have a bit hair in your head.
Hay muchas personas con poco pelo, sobre todo hombres después de los treinta años cuando se les empieza a caer el cabello.

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Shouldn't this be When I have a headache, I can hardly do anything ?? ??

If it's can't do hardly anything, then isn't that a double negative?
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what would be the word for head as in for example..
the head of the team
the head of the family.

like a leader.

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