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  1. match

    • IPA[matʃ]

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    • n.
      a contest in which people or teams compete against each other in a particular sport;a person or thing that is equal to another in quality or strength
    • v.
      correspond or cause to correspond in some essential respect; make or be harmonious;put (someone or something) together with someone or something else appropriate or harmonious
    • noun: match, plural noun: matches

    • verb: match, 3rd person present: matches, gerund or present participle: matching, past tense: matched, past participle: matched

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a contest in which people or teams compete against each other in a particular sport:

      a boxing match

    • 2. a person or thing that is equal to another in quality or strength:

      they were no match for the mercenaries

    • 3. a person or thing that resembles or corresponds to another:

      the child's identical twin would be a perfect match for organ donation

    • 4. a string that fulfils the specified conditions of a computer search:

      when the software finds a match, it writes the correct character

    • 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

    • 8. a marriage:

      a dynastic match

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. correspond or cause to correspond in some essential respect; make or be harmonious:

      I thought we'd have primrose walls to match the bath

      the jacket and trousers do not match

    • 2. put (someone or something) together with someone or something else appropriate or harmonious:

      she was trying to match the draperies to the couch

    • 3. be equal to (something) in quality or strength:

      his anger matched her own

    • 4. succeed in reaching or equalling (a standard or quality):

      he tried to match her nonchalance

    • 5. 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

    • 6. place (a person or group) in competition with another:

      the big names were matched against nobodies

    • adj. put together as being equal, similar, or complementary to each other:

    • a matched pair

      evenly matched teams

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    • adj. put together as being equal, similar, or complementary to each other:

    • a matched pair

      evenly matched teams

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    • n. (in tennis and other sports) a point that if won by one contestant will also win the match:

    • he saved all three match points

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    • v.
      test the compatibility of (a donor's and a recipient's blood or tissue):
    • blood that has been cross-matched with a maternal blood sample is used for fetal transfusion
    • n.
      an instance of cross-matching.

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    • n. (in wrestling) a match in which many of the normal rules do not apply, typically leading to a more violent contest.

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    • n. (in tennis and other sports) a point which if won by one of the players or sides will also win them the match:

    • he saved all three match points

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    • IPA[maCH]

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    • n.
      a contest in which people or teams compete against each other in a particular sport:
    • a boxing match
    • v.
      correspond or cause to correspond in some essential respect; make or be harmonious:
    • the jacket and pants do not match

      we bought green and blue curtains to match the bedspread

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    • n.
      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:
    • he struck a match against the wall

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    • n.
      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:
    • he struck a match against the wall

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