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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.
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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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