Definitions

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  • verb To do matchmaking: to set up a date between two people or to arrange a marriage.

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Examples

  • DoYouDesi.com provides an opportunity for our friends to 'matchmake' us with a much wider group of people, be it for friendship or romance.

    DO YOU Desi.com. Seek. Chat. Meet.

  • DoYouDesi.com provides an opportunity for our friends to 'matchmake' us with a much wider group of people, be it for friendship or romance.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Once this is up and running, Power would take the biggest leap and try to "matchmake" the bosses of those respective companies.

    Crave at CNET UK

  • I think it worried him that someone might try to matchmake them since both were divorcing, and I could see it not working that way, since he was more conservative and she was more reform.

    The Cool Report

  • “Actually,” I said, “I still have a few left to matchmake, but I think I got past my—”

    Pucker Up

  • I shot Jacob a glare when I caught his eye, just to show I disapproved, and I made a mental note never to matchmake him to any of my friends.

    Flirting with Disaster

  • I shot Jacob a glare when I caught his eye, just to show I disapproved, and I made a mental note never to matchmake him to any of my friends.

    Flirting with Disaster

  • Maybe I could matchmake another couple to help take my mind off Derek.

    Flirting with Disaster

  • Maybe I could matchmake another couple to help take my mind off Derek.

    Flirting with Disaster

  • Maybe this was a good opportunity to matchmake some of those names on my list.

    Pucker Up

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