Definition of neck and neck in English:

neck and neck

Even in a race, competition, or comparison: we have six contestants who are neck and neck
More example sentences
  • It happened just as a Gold Cup was reaching its closing stages, with about five horses racing neck and neck.
  • In this instance, you have the unsavory spectacle of blatant cynicism racing neck and neck with latent xenophobia.
  • Helian jumped up right behind her, and soon they were racing neck and neck.
level, equal, tied, side by side, close
informal even-steven
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