neck and neck

neck and neck  {adj. or adv.},  {informal}
Equal or nearly equal in a race or contest; abreast; tied.
At the end of the race the two horses were neck and neck.
For months John and Harry seemed to be neck and neck in Alice's favor.
Compare: NIP AND TUCK.
Categories: adjective adverb informal

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