match with

match with

v.
1. To be the same as, comparable with, or in agreement with something: The results of our study matched with the previous results perfectly.
2. To compare something with something else to see whether their parts correspond: Match your scorecard with mine to see whether there is any disagreement.
3. To set someone or something in competition with someone or something else: I don't know why they matched us with a team that is so much stronger than we are; we'll only lose.
See also: match
References in classic literature ?
This time he went to work more carefully, and feeling with his fingers for a match with the largest head and the greatest amount of phosphorus, lit it at the first try.
I suppose the suspense of the reader is now painful, and therefore I shall say at once that David won the match with two lovely fours, the one over my head and the other to leg all along the ground.
Nay," quoth old Adam o' the Dell presently, drawing a long breath and shaking his head as he spoke, "twoscore years and more have I shot shaft, and maybe not all times bad, but I shoot no more this day, for no man can match with yon stranger, whosoe'er he may be.
Montgomerie had a chance to win the match with a birdie of his own but left his putt short.
The cigarette business of Swedish Match with sales of 1,490 MSEK and EBIT of 473 MSEK (rolling 12 months) includes production facilities in Malmo, Sweden, management and marketing functions in Stockholm and a sales-force and in addition, a local Estonian operation.
Newbury Park 3, Atascadero 0: Casey Schmidt ended a scoreless match with a goal in the 50th minute to give the Panthers (13-5-6) a Division III victory.
When a Honduran player broke his tibia in the opening match with Canada, not only was there not an ambulance to take him to the hospital, there wasn't even a stretcher to take him off the field.
There was the bus that never showed up for the Trinidad and Tobago team, stranding the players in the parking lot of Anaheim Stadium after their match with the United States.
HTI), on whose software the CD MATCH Program is based, also announced the availability for download of free installation software for CD-ROM title publishers that want to include CD MATCH with their titles.