neck and neck
This page is about the idiom neck and neck.
Meaning: If two competitors are running neck and neck in a race, they are almost level.
- Nearly all the votes have been counted and the two candidates are still neck and neck, so we don't know who's won the election yet.
- The horses were neck and neck as they crossed the finishing line, so the judges have called for a photo.
The top two runners were neck and neck as they
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Contributor: Matt Errey