American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A second contest between the same opponents.
- n. A repeated contest staged between the same opponents or teams which played a previous contest.
- v. To bring opponents together for such a contest.
- v. To stage such a contest.
- v. transitive To match again or anew.
- n. something (especially a game) that is played again
- re- + match (Wiktionary)
“He cut a promo about wanting to cash in his title rematch clause tonight.”
“The Raiders beat the Wolves 5-0 in a regular-season game, but much has changed since then and Stowe coach Jamie Birmingham knew that the title rematch had little chance of being that easy.”
“If Miller was trying to create his own scenario to get a title rematch, it may have backfired, at least for now.”
“Raw itself opened with Batista demanding a title rematch only to be interrupted by Stephanie McMahon (on the big screen) who informed him he wouldnâ€ ™ t get a title shot until after Survivor Series at least.”
“Consider that if you do a croissant-off of your own … and tell us who else to include if a rematch is called.”
“I lost the fight against King Kong, but that's what a rematch is for!”
“Washington (CNN) - This rematch is getting interesting.”
“Derby field not interested in rematch with Big Brown - USATODAY. com”
“Derby field not interested in rematch with Big Brown”
“The rematch is on the road, where Houston has lost a team-record 12 games in a row, and the more mobile David Garrard has taken over for Leftwich.”
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Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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