Definition of make a match in English:

make a match

Form a partnership, especially by getting married.
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  • Surely this is now her only chance of making a match, for any respectable gentleman is bound to be dissuaded from asking for her hand.
  • Matrimonials on the Net may have a long way to go before they start rivalling the conventional ways of making a match, but web companies are really striving hard to realise the latent potential of this medium.
  • However, the very next day she was besieged with complaints from her disappointed newlyweds, and conceded the great wisdom needed for making a match that leads to a happy marriage.
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