Term used to signify that you are really focused on your work, often used as an excuse to shoo away inquiring co-workers. Literally means you have your head down permanently affixed to your computer screen.
Go away! I'm heads down.
by ravenish June 29, 2017
by Duckcave February 21, 2007
I saw my fifth grade math teacher at Denny's and head-downed him because I didn't feel like talking.
by Christaufer Cooperharson December 14, 2009
Following a stupid comment the person who said it must bend at the neck and look at the floor. thus putting their head down in an act of shameful embarrasement. After this the person cannot be made fun of.
by celestine and the heat seaking moisture missles October 21, 2004
An idiom that refers to giving someone preliminary news that is likely to upset or depress them in some way, so that they can prepare for it.
I thought I should give a heads-down to you about the fact that our mental health clinic has just been purchased by Jeff Bezos!
by Dr Bunnygirl July 05, 2021
Any device such as a cell phone, iPod, or gps that causes a person to look down while driving or walking. The opposite of a heads up display.
by flacker April 29, 2009
A muppet walking with his/her down due to the fact they are indeed a muppet. Or have taken oart in something muppet-orientated.
by MoGG84 March 14, 2009