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  1. H. S. Paik
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    Close Chase

    What would be the most appropriate expression when you are trying to
    say your competitor is closely chasing you right behind your back.

    Thank you for your support!

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    Re: Close Chase

    You could say they are "breathing down our necks" or "nipping at our heels" or "are right on our heels."


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    Re: Close Chase

    The chasing pack was hot on the heels of the leader.

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