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marry up (sth)

phrasal verb with marry uk   /ˈmær.i/  us   /ˈmer.i/ verb
If two things ​marry up or if you ​marry them up, they ​match or ​join together: We need to ​marry up the ​names on ​yourlist with those on my ​list and ​see what the ​overlap is.
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in Chinese (Simplified) (使)匹配, (使)结合…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)匹配, (使)結合…
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