mano a mano
noun, plural ma·nos a ma·nos [Spanish mah-naws ah mah-naws; English mah-noh uh mah-nohz, mah-nohz uh mah-nohz] /Spanish ˈmɑ nɔs ɑ ˈmɑ nɔs; English ˈmɑ noʊ ə ˈmɑ noʊz, ˈmɑ noʊz ə ˈmɑ noʊz/ for 1, 2.
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Contemporary Examples of mano a mano
CNN wants emotions, theatrics, the stamping of feet, mano-a-mano anger, and outrage contests.The President Vs. the Press
March 25, 2009
“These mano-a-mano things always appeal to sports fans,” says Don Ohlmeyer, the former president of NBC Sports.The Game That Turned March Mad
March 17, 2009
1970s, Spanish, literally "hand-to-hand."