rematch


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re·match

 (rē′măch′, rē-măch′)
n.
A second contest between the same opponents.

rematch

n
(General Sporting Terms) sport a second or return match between contestants
vb
(General Sporting Terms) (tr) to match (two contestants) again

re•match

(ˈriˌmætʃ, riˈmætʃ)

n.
1. a second match between teams, challengers, etc.
v.t.
2. to match again; duplicate.
3. to schedule a second match for or between.
[1855–60]

rematch


Past participle: rematched
Gerund: rematching

Imperative
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Present
I rematch
you rematch
he/she/it rematches
we rematch
you rematch
they rematch
Preterite
I rematched
you rematched
he/she/it rematched
we rematched
you rematched
they rematched
Present Continuous
I am rematching
you are rematching
he/she/it is rematching
we are rematching
you are rematching
they are rematching
Present Perfect
I have rematched
you have rematched
he/she/it has rematched
we have rematched
you have rematched
they have rematched
Past Continuous
I was rematching
you were rematching
he/she/it was rematching
we were rematching
you were rematching
they were rematching
Past Perfect
I had rematched
you had rematched
he/she/it had rematched
we had rematched
you had rematched
they had rematched
Future
I will rematch
you will rematch
he/she/it will rematch
we will rematch
you will rematch
they will rematch
Future Perfect
I will have rematched
you will have rematched
he/she/it will have rematched
we will have rematched
you will have rematched
they will have rematched
Future Continuous
I will be rematching
you will be rematching
he/she/it will be rematching
we will be rematching
you will be rematching
they will be rematching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rematching
you have been rematching
he/she/it has been rematching
we have been rematching
you have been rematching
they have been rematching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rematching
you will have been rematching
he/she/it will have been rematching
we will have been rematching
you will have been rematching
they will have been rematching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rematching
you had been rematching
he/she/it had been rematching
we had been rematching
you had been rematching
they had been rematching
Conditional
I would rematch
you would rematch
he/she/it would rematch
we would rematch
you would rematch
they would rematch
Past Conditional
I would have rematched
you would have rematched
he/she/it would have rematched
we would have rematched
you would have rematched
they would have rematched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rematch - something (especially a game) that is played again
game - a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
repeat, repetition - an event that repeats; "the events today were a repeat of yesterday's"
Translations

rematch

[ˈriːˌmætʃ] Npartido m de vuelta, revancha f

rematch

[ˈriːmætʃ] n
(= repeat match) (mainly British)revanche f
(= second meeting) (mainly US)match m retour
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