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Unmatch - What does it mean?

unmatch | |

Unmatch vs Mismatch - What's the difference?

unmatch | mismatch |


As verbs the difference between unmatch and mismatch

is that unmatch is to separate a matching pair while mismatch is to match unsuitably; to fail to match.

As a noun mismatch is

something that does not match; something dissimilar, inappropriate or unsuitable.

Unlatch vs Unmatch - What's the difference?

unlatch | unmatch |


As verbs the difference between unlatch and unmatch

is that unlatch is remove from a latch while unmatch is to separate a matching pair.

Unwatch vs Unmatch - What's the difference?

unwatch | unmatch |


As verbs the difference between unwatch and unmatch

is that unwatch is (rare) to undo the watching of something; to unsee while unmatch is to separate a matching pair.

Unmatch vs Unmatcht - What's the difference?

unmatch | unmatcht |


As verbs the difference between unmatch and unmatcht

is that unmatch is to separate a matching pair while unmatcht is (obsolete) (unmatch).

As an adjective unmatcht is

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Taxonomy vs Unmatch - What's the difference?

taxonomy | unmatch |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb unmatch is

to separate a matching pair.

Pair vs Unmatch - What's the difference?

pair | unmatch |


As verbs the difference between pair and unmatch

is that pair is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair while unmatch is to separate a matching pair.

As a noun pair

is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

Separate vs Unmatch - What's the difference?

separate | unmatch |


As verbs the difference between separate and unmatch

is that separate is to divide (a thing) into separate parts while unmatch is to separate a matching pair.

As an adjective separate

is apart from (the rest); not connected to or attached to (anything else).

As a noun separate

is (usually|in the plural) anything that is sold by itself, especially an article of clothing.

Unmatch vs Match - What's the difference?

unmatch | match | Derived terms |

Unmatch is a derived term of match.


As verbs the difference between unmatch and match

is that unmatch is to separate a matching pair while match is to agree, to be equal, to correspond to.

As a noun match is

(sports) sporting event such as a boxing meet, a baseball game, or a cricket match or match can be device made of wood or paper, at the tip coated with chemicals that ignite with the friction of being dragged (struck) against a rough dry surface.