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Phrase of the Day: ‘to meet your match’


to meet your match - English lesson

‘to meet your match’  /tuː miːt jɔː mæʧ/

If you meet your match, you are beaten in a contest or sport that you would normally win easily, because your new opponent is at least as strong, clever, or skillful as you.

“I thought I was good at chess, but I met my match in Jim.”

“In the semi-final, Davies met his match in the form of Petchkov, the Russian wrestler.”