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nip and tuck

adjective or adverb \ˌnip-ən(d)-ˈtək\

of a race or other competition : so close that the lead changes quickly and very often from one person or team to another

Full Definition of NIP AND TUCK

:  being so close that the lead or advantage shifts rapidly from one opponent to another

First Known Use of NIP AND TUCK

1832
NIP AND TUCK Defined for Kids

nip and tuck

adjective or adverb \ˌnip-ən-ˈtək\

Definition of NIP AND TUCK for Kids

:  so close that the lead shifts rapidly from one contestant to another

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