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racing certainty

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Definition of racing certainty in English:

noun

Something that is regarded as certain to happen: it seems a racing certainty that the next hearing will attract even greater media interest
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  • When you add it to the rest of the evidence that we obtained I think it makes it a racing certainty.
  • Economists say it is a "racing certainty" that another hike will come within the next two months.
  • The slowdown meant that the Bank was thought likely to cut rates anyway, and the financial ramifications of the last two weeks now makes that a racing certainty.

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