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Translation of "nip and tuck" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

nip and tuck

mainly US
If a competition is nip and tuck, first one side seems to be winning and then the other, so that the result is not certain
(比賽中)勢均力敵,不相伯仲
It was nip and tuck as to who would win the playoffs, but Denver's determination helped them to beat a tough Washington team.
儘管在季後賽中難分高下,但丹佛掘金隊的堅毅最終幫助他們戰勝了強大的華盛頓奇才隊。
Competitions, and parts of competitions
Translations of “nip and tuck”
in Chinese (Simplified) (比赛中)势均力敌,不相上下…
(Definition of nip and tuck from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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