there's not much to choose between (two people or things)

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there's not much to choose between (two people or things)

There is no, negligible, or very little difference between two people or things. As far as how the two devices perform, there really isn't much to choose between them—the difference is almost entirely an aesthetic one. This year's Super Bowl should be a great game, as there's not much to choose between the Green Bay Packers and the Denver Broncos.
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References in classic literature ?
You see, my dear, that for picturesque expression and generosity of spirit there is not much to choose between the language of either party.
There's not much to choose between the two of them and I think both of them deserve the award.
NOT much to choose between these two in recent times - with Kildare holding a slight edge on past form.
Ian McPhee reckons there is not much to choose between the sides.
VERDICT Similar types in that they are both used to plying their trade over further and have been found wanting when stepped up to this class in the past - and there's not much to choose between them on the book, either.