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Translation of "match" - English-Turkish dictionary

match

noun     /mætʃ/
GAME [C] A2 a sports competition in which two people or teams compete against each other karşılaşma, müsabaka, maç a football/tennis matchCompetitions, and parts of competitions
FIRE [C] B2 a thin, wooden stick which produces a flame when you rub one end of it against a rough surface kibrit a box of matchesHeaters and burners
ATTRACTIVE [no plural] If something is a good match for something else, it looks attractive next to it, usually because it is the right colour. eş, benzer, uyan, iyi giden, uyum içinde The curtains look nice - they're a perfect match for the sofa.Matching and co-ordinating
RELATIONSHIP [no plural] If two people who are having a relationship are a good match, they are very suitable for each other. (iki kişi) uyum içinde olan, birbirine yakışanlar Suitable and acceptableQuite good, or not very good
be no match for sb/sth to not be as good as someone or something else boy ölçüşememek, eline su dökememek, aşık atamamak, dengi olamamak Gibson ran well but was no match for the young Italian.Worse and worst
Translations of “match”
in Arabic مُباراة, عود ثِقاب…
in Korean 경기, 성냥…
in Malaysian mancis…
in French allumette…
in Italian partita, incontro, fiammifero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 比賽, 比賽,競賽…
in Russian матч, соревнование, спичка…
in Polish mecz, zapałka, komplet…
in Vietnamese diêm…
in Spanish cerilla, fósforo…
in Portuguese partida, fósforo…
in Thai ไม้ขีดไฟ…
in German das Streichholz…
in Catalan partit, llumí…
in Japanese 試合, 競技, マッチ(棒)…
in Indonesian korek api…
in Chinese (Simplified) 比赛, 比赛,竞赛…
(Definition of match noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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