Definition of rematch
: a second match between the same contestants or teams
Recent Examples of rematch from the Web
Furthermore, ROH officials have chosen Liverpool to be the site of its pay-per- view with some major match announcements to come this week, including a change to the rematch between Dalton Castle and Marty Scurll.
France and Spain had long been spoiling for a rematch with Great Britain, and America knew it.
But the commish was unusually calm as Alabama and LSU warmed up in the Superdome for their rematch in January of 2012.
Magowan, a one-time Greater Catholic League South player of the year who helped lead St. Xavier to the 2015 Ohio Division I state championship, hopes to get in the way of a rematch with a win against Ebel.
If U of L survives TCU, the Cards will head right into another must-win game: a rematch with Florida on Friday night.
Neumann-Goretti survived a pair of high-scoring games to set up a title rematch.
The Beavers’ matchup with Vanderbilt is a rematch from the 2011 Nashville Super Regionals, which Vandy won in two games.
The Hurricanes would upset the Shockers that night, then move on in the CWS by beating Clemens and the Longhorns as well as Maine before reaching a rematch with Wichita State.
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First Known Use of rematch
REMATCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rematch for English Language Learners
: a match or game that is played by the same people or teams after an earlier match or game
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Definition of rematch for Students
: a second meeting between the same contestants
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