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1.A contest in which people or teams compete against each other in a particular sport.
‘a boxing match '
‘Such was their dominance over the visitors, had it been a boxing match, the referee would have stopped the contest in the first half.'
‘We had worked so hard on team matches and winning really made us feel that the hard work paid off.'
‘He said the team was playing training matches with local clubs to help it tune up for the tournament.'
‘All games were keenly contested and several matches were decided on tiebreakers.'
2.A person or thing that is equal to another in quality or strength.
‘they were no match for the mercenaries'
‘I feared for a dog that would be no match for the thuggish birds.'
‘These vexed machines with their built in obsolescence are no match for me.'
‘In the end, truth is no match for economics and a misguided vision of self-preservation.'
‘Special care may have to be taken to ensure that he enjoys the company of his classmates, who are likely to be no match for him.'
3.A person or thing that resembles or corresponds to another.
‘the child's identical twin would be a perfect match for organ donation'
‘The match was far from perfect, and doctors were not optimistic about the chances of a successful transplant.'
‘The little girl has a rare tissue type with an estimated one in 90,000 chance of finding a perfect match.'
‘A kidney patient has been given a new lease of life after enduring a 20-year wait for a perfect organ match.'
‘You spot the ideal pair of trousers on the hanger; they are the perfect match for your snazzy little jacket and top.'
4.A string that fulfils the specified conditions of a computer search.
‘when the software finds a match, it writes the correct character'
‘Have you ever done a search and seen that there were a million matches for your search terms?'
‘When it finds a match, the database sends back the text message, identifying the song.'
‘A search engine company's goal is to provide the end user with the best, most relevant matches to a search inquiry.'
‘Aaron ran a search on the government database for any matches to her picture, but none came.'
5.A similar or complementary pair.
‘the headdresses and bouquet were a perfect match'
6.The fact or appearance of corresponding.
‘stones of a perfect match and colour'
7.A person viewed in regard to their eligibility for marriage, especially as regards class or wealth.
‘he was an unsuitable match for any of their girls'
‘These rituals would often lead to matches and marriages, either immediately in the coming summer or autumn.'
‘She had always encouraged the infatuation, saying that the pair were a perfect match.'
‘Many matches and marriages came out of working in the factory.'
‘Marriages usually result from family introductions, if not outright matches.'
‘a dynastic match'
‘He took her by storm and the match was the marriage of the year, that Hollywood would only experience in that time.'
‘I thought we'd have primrose walls to match the bath'
2.Correspond or cause to correspond in some essential respect; make or be harmonious.
‘the jacket and trousers do not match'
‘At least, she can wear matching pyjamas to blend in with their colours.'
‘I'm very proud; the ambery colour I picked matches just right the base I already had.'
‘These statements, as it happens, match observed facts at the scene of the killing.'
3.Put (someone or something) together with someone or something else appropriate or harmonious.
‘she was trying to match the draperies to the couch'
‘How do you go about matching the appropriate celebrity with the clients?'
‘Are there people you want to read solo whom you'd like less if they were matched up with some appropriate co-bloggers?'
‘Tape the two vinyl sections firmly together after they are matched so they won't move when you cut them.'
‘My answers were matched with those of people who were happy and successful in certain jobs.'
4.Be equal to (something) in quality or strength.
‘his anger matched her own'
‘The selfishness of fame seekers is only matched by the personal cost they have to pay for the fame they seek.'
‘He would have brushed me off, made me answer for my tone - but not argued with me, not matched me shout for shout.'
‘This sensitivity about representing race is not matched by an equal sensitivity about representing class.'
‘But then his intellectual brilliance is matched by his enigmatic personality - you can't be sure what he's really up to.'
5.Succeed in reaching or equalling (a standard or quality)
‘he tried to match her nonchalance'
‘Two years ago more than 124,000 people attended this event, but they knew those figures couldn't be matched this time.'
‘There's a uniformly high standard set that is matched, then raised by every participant.'
‘New York City matched an 1893 degree record low for the day at one degree, according to the National Weather Service.'
‘Schools in the district have chalked up outstanding performances, with most of them at least matching the national average pass rate.'
6.Equalize (two coupled electrical impedances) so as to bring about the maximum transfer of power from one to the other.
‘the impedance of microphones, auxiliary equipment, and loudspeakers must be matched'
‘Care should be taken in impedance matching between the elements of the user's GPS system.'
‘An impedance matching circuit is provided for each signal-carrying wire pair of the first and second wire pair sets.'
‘New features include a 1.8V matched impedance interface, known as stub series terminated logic.'
‘If the load impedance perfectly matches the transmission line impedance, the reflected power is zero.'
7.Place (a person or group) in competition with another.
‘the big names were matched against nobodies'
‘He can be effective in the slot when he's matched against nickel cornerbacks who can't get their hands on him.'
‘The teams were evenly matched and shared the lead throughout the match.'
‘The two periods of extra time also failed to separate these two evenly matched teams but one wonders how.'
‘This was a lively game of football with two evenly matched teams who played some good football in slippery conditions.'
1.Place (a person or group) in competition with another.
‘he struck a match against the wall'
2.A short, thin piece of wood or cardboard used to light a fire, being tipped with a composition that ignites when rubbed against a rough surface.
‘She positioned some sticks, and lit a fire with matches in her pocket, and sat down to warm up.'
‘He struck a match and turned on the gas fire stove, placing a greased pan on the fire.'
‘She struck a match on the rough side of the box, and quickly threw the burning stick onto the first bush.'
‘He tried to light up his matches to put his shoes on fire and explode.'