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Meaning of “eyeball to eyeball” in the English Dictionary

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eyeball to eyeball

If you are eyeball to eyeball with an ​enemy or someone you are ​arguing with, you ​deal with them in a ​direct way.
(Definition of eyeball to eyeball from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “eyeball to eyeball”
in Chinese (Simplified) 面对面地, 怒目相向地, 剑拔弩张地…
in Chinese (Traditional) 面對面地, 怒目相向地, 劍拔弩張地…
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