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head-to-head

adjective, adverb  us   /ˈhed·təˈhed/
opposing each other in direct competition: The two giant aircraft companies went head-to-head for the $2 billion order. Tampa Bay has no head-to-head games with Boston this year.
Translations of “head-to-head”
in Chinese (Traditional) 正面交鋒…
in Chinese (Simplified) 正面交锋…
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