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head-to-head

noun [C] ( also head to head)
 
 
informal
a situation, meeting, programme, etc. in which two people discuss something directly with each other, especially in order to see which person seems the best: Two of the best known names in the industry took part in a televised head to head last night.
Translations of “head-to-head”
in Chinese (Traditional) 正面交鋒…
in Chinese (Simplified) 正面交锋…
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