A head-to-head confrontation between two businessmen.
head-to-head definition by Webster's New World
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☆ in direct confrontation
head-to-head definition by American Heritage Dictionary
adverb & adj.
- In direct confrontation or conflict at close quarters: The two brothers went at it head-to-head. It was a head-to-head contest all the way.
- Arranged in a line with the heads adjacent to each other: The bunk beds were set up head-to-head.
- Running close together in the same direction; neck and neck: The horses ran mostly head-to-head.