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match sth pound for pound

to give one pound for every pound given by someone else: The government has promised to match the money raised by the charity pound for pound.
(Definition of match sth pound for pound from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “match sth pound for pound”
in Chinese (Simplified) 均等地…
in Chinese (Traditional) 付出的金錢與另一人所付的一一對應…
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