Translation of ill-matched in Spanish:


incompatible, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɪlˈmætʃt/


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    • We were a seemingly ill-matched couple with a potentially disastrous future.
    • It is also true that the Monarchy and ‘Establishment’ were more often at odds than not, like ill-matched horses in harness.
    • The two aren't as ill-matched as you might think.
    • Food shopping should not be about compiling some competitive international smorgasbord of ill-matched delicacies, but about intimacy and confidence.
    • They were an ill-matched couple and she seems to have been relieved when he was deported as an unregistered alien during the First World War; they never saw one another again.