[ US /ˈmætʃt/ ]
[ UK /mˈæt‍ʃt/ ]
  1. provided with a worthy adversary or competitor
    matched teams
  2. going well together; possessing harmonizing qualities
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  • Academic excellence was matched with extra-curricular activities of every description - from drama through sport to foreign travel.
  • The separate pieces can be mixed and matched for more wardrobe options.
  • Fifty consecutive, nonobese, habitually snoring, otherwise-healthy children (age range: 6-9 years) and 50 age -, gender -, and ethnicity-matched obese children (BMI z score: 1.67) underwent an overnight polysomnographic evaluation, followed by a multiple sleep latency test the following day. Dr. Sharma’s Obesity Notes » Blog Archive » Is Sleep Apnea a Significant Problem in Sleepy Kids?
  • Which of the following reproductive structures is incorrectly matched with the group in which it is found? a. zygospore - zygomycetes Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions
  • The boat was captained by Bob and his wife, Mary, whose mission was to feed everyone up until they matched her husband's giant proportions.
  • It also boasts an unmatched ventilation and antifog system, removable interior cheek pads and a sturdy chinstrap that can be removed to allow cleaning or replacement.
  • As former chief fire officer, Pat Forkan, recalls, his ability behind the wheel was unmatched.
  • Most papers are available in up to five colourways each and all are matched by co-ordinating hopsacks in plain colours.
  • Their ambition to succeed seems to be matched only by their hard-headed realism about selling and how to do it.
  • When he was running alongside, he eased off the gas and matched his speed to that of the other vehicle.
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