well-matched


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well-matched

adj (well matched when postpositive)
1. (of two people) likely to have a successful relationship
2. (General Sporting Terms) (of two teams or competitors) likely to compete on an even level
3. (of two or a pair) looking or functioning well together: well-matched roan ponies.
Translations

well-matched

[ˌwelˈmætʃt] ADJmuy iguales
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MGTA-456 is a cell therapy designed to halt the progress of inherited metabolic disorders by providing a high dose of stem cells that regenerate a well-matched new immune system in the patient.
Summary: Washington DC [USA], May 16 (ANI): Genetic incompatibility may be the reason why many kidney transplants fail, even when donors and recipients are thought to be well-matched, a recent study has observed.
The cell therapy aims to offer a high dose of hematopoietic stem cells that are well-matched to the patient.
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This is a fixture that historically sees two well-matched sides struggle to gain an edge and another low-scorer has to be on the cards.
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"Some are well-matched, but they'll never be quite the same and if you compare the new ones with the originals, I think you'll be disappointed."
However, Nielson was happy with a point and said: "It was an even game with two well-matched teams.