Translation of head-to-head in Spanish:

head-to-head

cara a cara, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈˌhɛd tə ˈhɛd///

adjective

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    cara a cara
    frente a frente

adverb

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    cara a cara
    frente a frente
    to go head-to-head enfrentarse
    • Smith and Lee go head-to-head in the quarter finals Smith y Lee se verán las caras en los cuartos de final
    • Based on head-to-head play, Ile des Chenes had earned first place and a bye into the final.
    • Edinburgh's international festival is now engaged in a head-to-head battle with the hyper-inflated fringe.
    • One key component of this is the undermining of the fact-based, forensic, head-to-head interview with those in power and those who seek it.
    • They avoided head-to-head comparison of their products by making them all just a little bit different: a good idea badly exploited.
    • Players go head-to-head attempting to build structures that are tall enough or extend far enough to throw a shadow over the flag first.
    • Deathmatch is exactly that, a head-to-head battle where the object is to destroy your opponents as many times as you can.
    • But the duo kicked again on the final lap to take an absorbing head-to-head battle down to the wire.
    • It's head-to-head combat, and neither of you has any intentions of waving that white flag of surrender.
    • Over the next three weeks this head-to-head debate will be repeated in a series of private party hustings across the country.
    • They can be glossed over in a speech, but not so in America's gruelling tradition of head-to-head TV debates.
    • It expects to win almost every head-to-head ratings battle, and its advertisers and viewers expect the same.
    • Impresarios are for opera, theatre and the circus, where you do not have to confront your rivals head-to-head.
    • Is it more of a head-to-head battle, or is there an obstacle course?
    • The setup is head-to-head knockouts until one boat is the champion.
    • The Conservatives, however, convincingly beat them in head-to-head battles.
    • He had run a great race, and thrilled the spectators by giving them a real head-to-head battle of wits to enjoy.
    • It is expected to spark the biggest head-to-head newspaper battle in Ireland for decades.
    • The brothers had only one chance to meet in head-to-head NHL competition.
    • It's kind of weird how King of the Road is a head-to-head battle with other teams and skaters that are your friends.
    • For the first time in many years, we may be about to see a similar head-to-head battle played out in National Hunt racing.