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neck and neck

very close or equal: The two boys ran toward the finish line neck and neck.
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neck and neck

C2 If two competitors are neck and neck, they are level with each other and have an equal chance of winning.
(Definition of neck and neck from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “neck and neck”
in Chinese (Simplified) (竞争者)旗鼓相当,不相上下…
in Turkish başa baş, kafa kafaya…
in Russian голова в голову…
in Chinese (Traditional) (競爭者)旗鼓相當,不相伯仲…
in Polish łeb w łeb…
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