head-to-head

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head-to-head (comparative more head-to-head, superlative most head-to-head)

  1. Direct, one-to-one.
    • 2006 7/11, Dan Reed, “At 35, Southwests strategy gets more complicated”, USA Today:
      For years, Southwest sought to avoid head-to-head competition with big, traditional airlines.

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head-to-head (not comparable)

  1. Facing one another.
  2. Directly, one-to-one.

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