- IPA[ˈded ˈhēt]
- a situation in or result of a race in which two or more competitors are exactly even
- run or finish a race exactly even
noun: dead heat, plural noun: dead heats
verb: dead-heat, 3rd person present: dead-heats, gerund or present participle: dead-heating, past tense: dead-heated, past participle: dead-heated
- 1. a situation in or result of a race in which two or more competitors are exactly even:
competition is always fierce, with a dead heat in one of the early races
there was a dead heat for second place
- 1. run or finish a race exactly even:
he dead-heated at Aintree
his riding of Marina Park to dead-heat with King's Signet was inspired
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