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match

noun /mӕtʃ/
a contest or game
partido, encuentro
a football/rugby/chess match.
a thing that is similar to or the same as another in some way(s) eg in colour/color or pattern
partido, encuentro
These trousers are not an exact match for my jacket.
a person who is able to equal another
juego, combinación
She has finally met her match at arguing.
a marriage or an act of marrying
igual
She hoped to arrange a match for her daughter.
matched adjective paired or joined together, eg in marriage, or as contestants in a competition etc
emparejado
a well-matched couple The competitors were evenly matched.
matching adjective equal or similar to something or someone in some way eg in colour/color or pattern
que combina
She was wearing a plae blue suit with matching accessories.
matchless adjective having no equal
sin igual, sin par, incomparable
a woman of matchless beauty.
matchmaker noun a person who tries to arrange marriages between people.
casamentero
(Definition of match from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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