Origin of head start
Examples from the Web for head start
And by the time they got wind of it, he wanted to have a head-start.The Impossible Voyage Home|Floyd L. Wallace
British Dictionary definitions for head start
Word Origin for head start
Idioms and Phrases with head start
An early start that confers an advantage, as in This year we'll get a head start on the competition by running more ads. The expression comes from racing, where it was used for a horse being given an advantage of several lengths over the others. Its extension to other areas dates from the early 1900s.