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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of match.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. going well together; possessing harmonizing qualities
- adj. provided with a worthy adversary or competitor
Sorry, no etymologies found.
If the keyword matched the title of the web page or the domain name, that page would go higher in the rankings.
Detectives were interested because the name matched one they already had on a short list of potential suspects.
It showed that the term matched for his "Job" and Tamar wondered if we hired this guy, who was from Edinburgh.
Subjects had to respond with a button press as to whether or not the label matched the image.
Close to half of our balance sheet, if not more, was what we called the matched book.
Schofield saw that the name matched the one on the man’s pocket-mounted ID badge.
I wasn’t always sure whether my expression matched my feeling.
He also likes stepped couplets and quick-fire bursts of poems in short, matched forms, like the ten 8-line "swifts" in Where's the Moon ....
In the semi-finals Russia was once again matched up against Spain.
Daniel Sedin matched the Stars 'two goals in the final period with two of his own, leading Vancouver to a 3-2 win over Dallas on Thursday night.
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