mismatching

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present participle of mismatch
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Something that does not match; something dissimilar, inappropriate or unsuitable
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{v} to match badly or unsuitably
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Unsymmetrical seal caused by dissimilar cavities in mating mold sections
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(1) A mismatch between the interest rate maturities of a banks assets and liabilities (2) Forward purchases differ in the value date from the forward sales in a given currency
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To mismatch things or people means to put them together although they do not go together well or are not suitable for each other. She was deliberately mismatching articles of clothing. + mismatched mis·matched The two opponents are mismatched. a combination of things or people that do not work well together or are not suitable for each other mismatch between
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When a Rushee's name fails to match with any of her sorority preferences
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The presence in 1 chain of double-stranded DNA of a base that is not complementary to the corresponding base in the other chain Also known as mispairing
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A situation where the patterns on wallpaper do not line up evenly from one strip to another
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If there is a mismatch between two or more things or people, they do not go together well or are not suitable for each other. There is a mismatch between the skills offered by people and the skills needed by industry. an unfortunate mismatch of styles
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{f} match poorly; couple unsuitably
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When a potential new member's name fails to match any of her sorority preferences
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A term used in RF systems to describe the situation when two devices having different impedances are connected to each other Mismatches cause excess signal losses and other problems
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{i} poor match; unsuccessful coupling
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match badly; match two objects or people that do not go together
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A defect produced from a mold whose parts are not in line Generally a break or step in a supposedly continuous surface
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A condition in which water supplied to a given point in a conveyance or distribution system does not equal the demand for water at that point ADVANCE \x 540
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when a particular offensive player is far superior to the defender marking him
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To match unsuitably; to fail to match
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To match unsuitably
mismatching

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    (prefix.) partly from Middle English, from Old English; partly from Middle English mes-, mis-, from Old French mes-, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English mis-; akin to Old English missan to miss.

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