Match - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a burning piece of wood or cardboard
- a person regarded as a good matrimonial prospect (syn: catch)
- a person who is of equal standing with another in a group (syn: compeer, equal, peer)
- a pair of people who live together (syn: couple)
- something that resembles or harmonizes with
- give or join in marriage
- set into opposition or rivalry (syn: oppose, pit, play off)
This color matches your skin tone.
She was wearing a beautiful skirt, but her sweater didn't match it.
The upbeat music matched her mood.
Her skirt and sweater matched perfectly.
The pillows on the couch all match.
Your socks don't match each other.
His story doesn't match the facts.
He has met his match.
I am looking for a match for my new shoes.
He bought two pictures which are a match.
They are no good match.
She's a perfect match for him.
This carpet and this sofa are / make a perfect match.
No one can match him in shooting.
She matched her wits against his strength.
present participle: matching
past tense: matched
past participle: matched