Pronunciation (Yadda ake faɗi)
- A match is a game of football, tennis, etc. <> karawa, wasa, karon wasa.
- We lost the first match, but hope to win our next two. <> Mun faɗi a karawar mu ta farko, amma muna fatan cin masu zuwa guda biyu.
- A match is something that goes with something else because they are similar. <> daidai, kama, kamanta.
- I can't find a match for this sock. <> Na kasa samun ɗaya safar kamar ta wannan. = Na kasa samun safar da ta dace wannan.
- A match is a small stick that has a chemical on one end of it. You use it to make a fire. <> ashana.
- A match is a situation in which two things go together well. <> Yanayin da ake samu idan abubuwa biyu sun daidaita ko sun yi kama. Dacewa.
Plain form (yanzu)
3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
Past tense (ya wuce)
Past participle (ya wuce)
Present participle (ana cikin yi)
- (transitive & intransitive) If two things match, they go together because they are similar in some way. <> yi daidai, yi kama da, karawa da. yi asun da asun.
- Hatta jerin yatsun ma sun yi asun da asun, ta yadda K'afa da Hannu ke da babban yatsa d'aya 
- Look around for a table you like or one which most closely matches your room.
- I'll ask you some questions to see how you match up to the job.
- The wish for changes has not been matched by actions.
- Her intelligence was matched by her kindness.
- Your two socks don't match.
- (transitive); (usually passive) If you are matched against someone, you are their opponent in a competition. <> yi kara da wani team a wasa.