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neck and neck (with somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishneck and neck (with somebody)neck and neck (with somebody)informalEQUAL if two competitors or groups are neck and neck in a competition or race, they are level with each other Opinion polls show the two main parties are running neck and neck. neck
Examples from the Corpus
neck and neck (with somebody)Du Pont and others are neck and neck with us.He and Yeltsin are neck and neck in the polls.It's neck and neck with Madonna.Sailing: Leaders neck and neck.The two main parties are still neck and neck, pointing to a hung Parliament.
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