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Translation of "match" - English-Turkish dictionary

match

verb     /mætʃ/
BE THE SAME [I, T]
B1 If two things match, they are the same colour or type. eşleşmek, uymak, tutmak, benzemek I can't find anything to match my green shirt. Your socks don't match. Traces of blood found on Walker's clothing matched the victim's blood type.Matching and co-ordinatingBeing or appearing similar or the same
CHOOSE [T]
B1 to choose someone or something that is suitable for a particular person, activity, or purpose eşlemek, ...ın/in uyanını bulmak, ...ın/in uygun düşenini bulmak In the first exercise, you have to match the famous person to their country of origin.Matching and co-ordinating
BE AS GOOD AS [T]
to be as good as someone or something else uymak, gitmek, yakışmak It would be difficult to match the service this airline gives to its customers.Being or appearing similar or the same
(Definition of match verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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