overmatch

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o·ver·match

 (ō′vər-măch′)
tr.v. o·ver·matched, o·ver·match·ing, o·ver·match·es
1. To be more than a match for; exceed or defeat.
2. To match with a superior opponent.
n. (ō′vər-măch′)
A contest in which one opponent is distinctly superior.

overmatch

vb (tr)
1. to be more than a match for
2. (General Sporting Terms) to match with a superior opponent
n
3. a person superior in ability
4. (General Sporting Terms) a match in which one contestant is superior

o•ver•match

(ˌoʊ vərˈmætʃ)

v.t.
1. to be more than a match for; surpass; defeat.
2. to match against a superior opponent or competitor.
[1300–50; Middle English overmacchen]

overmatch


Past participle: overmatched
Gerund: overmatching

Imperative
overmatch
overmatch
Present
I overmatch
you overmatch
he/she/it overmatches
we overmatch
you overmatch
they overmatch
Preterite
I overmatched
you overmatched
he/she/it overmatched
we overmatched
you overmatched
they overmatched
Present Continuous
I am overmatching
you are overmatching
he/she/it is overmatching
we are overmatching
you are overmatching
they are overmatching
Present Perfect
I have overmatched
you have overmatched
he/she/it has overmatched
we have overmatched
you have overmatched
they have overmatched
Past Continuous
I was overmatching
you were overmatching
he/she/it was overmatching
we were overmatching
you were overmatching
they were overmatching
Past Perfect
I had overmatched
you had overmatched
he/she/it had overmatched
we had overmatched
you had overmatched
they had overmatched
Future
I will overmatch
you will overmatch
he/she/it will overmatch
we will overmatch
you will overmatch
they will overmatch
Future Perfect
I will have overmatched
you will have overmatched
he/she/it will have overmatched
we will have overmatched
you will have overmatched
they will have overmatched
Future Continuous
I will be overmatching
you will be overmatching
he/she/it will be overmatching
we will be overmatching
you will be overmatching
they will be overmatching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overmatching
you have been overmatching
he/she/it has been overmatching
we have been overmatching
you have been overmatching
they have been overmatching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overmatching
you will have been overmatching
he/she/it will have been overmatching
we will have been overmatching
you will have been overmatching
they will have been overmatching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overmatching
you had been overmatching
he/she/it had been overmatching
we had been overmatching
you had been overmatching
they had been overmatching
Conditional
I would overmatch
you would overmatch
he/she/it would overmatch
we would overmatch
you would overmatch
they would overmatch
Past Conditional
I would have overmatched
you would have overmatched
he/she/it would have overmatched
we would have overmatched
you would have overmatched
they would have overmatched
Translations
References in classic literature ?
I may not part from thee until in knightly encounter in the field some overmatching champion shall fairly win and fairly wear me.
Thus, in the case of investigated high-strength steel's (HSS) GMAW welded joints, with the nominal strength in the range of 690-890 MPa; there is a significant undermatching of toughness; as well as overmatching of hardness; within heat-affected zone (HAZ).
The hardness overmatching goes from +(14-52)%, with its maximum value within coarse-grained heat-affected zone (CG-HAZ).
The report, published in the American Educational Research Journal, questions the theory of "undermatching," which holds that students with academic potential and often from low-income backgrounds choose lower-tier colleges from which they are less likely to graduate; and the concept of "overmatching," which suggests that under-qualified students end up over their heads at highly selective universities.
Ideal matching is typically found in situations in which the reinforcers offered on multiple schedules are functionally identical; heterogeneous reinforcers are related by undermatching, overmatching, or even antimatching.
The exponent indicates overmatching if s > 1 and undermatching if s < 1.
LOSAT fills an urgent operational requirement for overmatching capability in the light forces.
This simplistic approach results in "undermatching" and "overmatching." Undermatching occurs when too few of the customer's accounts have been matched, thereby driving up direct marketing costs.
MCIFs can now utilize advanced matching algorithms that use "pattern-based matching" and "chaining" to lower the incidence of undermatching and overmatching. Pattern-based matching uses data that has been broken up or "parsed" into more recognizable elements.
FCS is a networked system of improved communications links and lighter, more mobile armored vehicles that is, in effect, the backbone of the Army's long-term transition plan to reach what it calls the 'objective force." FCS will serve as the core building block to develop what the Army calls "overmatching" combat power, sustainability, agility and versatility necessary for full-spectrum military operations.