Definition of 'neck and neck'
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The two have been neck and neck for years. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The projections showed the two blocs neck and neck in both the lower and upper houses. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Our final poll shows the two sides neck and neck at the end of the campaign. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Those two are neck and neck. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Meanwhile, opinion polls yesterday showed the two camps were neck and neck. The Sun (2014)A month ago, the two parties were neck and neck on who voters trusted to manage the economy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Tories and Labour may be neck and neck. The Sun (2014)
Definition of neck and neck from the Collins English Dictionary
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