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    Cool Front-runner Vs Runner-up?

    Hello amigos!

    Barack Obama is the front-runner/runner-up candidate in the race for the White House.

    Which one Shall I use in the sample above?



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    Re: Front-runner Vs Runner-up?

    1. a competitor thought likely to win
    (synonym) favorite, favourite

    1. the competitor who finishes second
    (synonym) second best

    It's up to you. I mean, it depends on what you mean.
    Last edited by Kraken; 29-May-2008 at 22:33. Reason: oops

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