level pegging


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ˌlevel ˈpegging

(British English) making progress at the same rate as another person or group: There’s ten minutes left, and the teams are still level pegging. In some games, a player puts a peg (= a short piece of wood, plastic, etc.) in one of a series of numbered holes to mark their score. If both players’ pegs are level, their scores are equal.
See also: level, peg