What Is Another Way to Say “Match Up”?

Looking for synonyms for match up? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a list of other ways to say match up.

  • Align
  • Correspond
  • Coincide
  • Harmonize
  • Conform
  • Agree
  • Equate
  • Parallel
  • Complement
  • Mirror
  • Sync
  • Accord
  • Tally
  • Square
  • Mesh
  • Resemble
  • Fit
  • Jibe
  • Balance
  • Pair up

Want to learn how to say match up professionally? Keep reading for examples and use cases.

1. Align

Appropriate Use: Used when adjusting things to be in a line or when multiple elements are brought into agreement.
Example: “We need to align our marketing strategy with the overall business objectives.”

2. Correspond

Appropriate Use: Suitable for situations where two or more things are similar or equivalent to each other.
Example: “The job requirements perfectly correspond with your qualifications.”

3. Coincide

Appropriate Use: Used when two or more events or situations occur at the same time.
Example: “The release of our new product coincided with the industry expo.”

4. Harmonize

Appropriate Use: Appropriate for bringing different elements into a pleasing or consistent whole.
Example: “The new policies were introduced to harmonize the company’s standards globally.”

5. Conform

Appropriate Use: Suitable for situations where something is in agreement with or follows set rules or norms.
Example: “Our procedures need to conform to the newly established industry regulations.”

6. Agree

Appropriate Use: Used when opinions, findings, or statements are in harmony or accord.
Example: “The two departments need to agree on a budget before proceeding.”

7. Equate

Appropriate Use: Appropriate for considering one thing to be the same as or equivalent to another.
Example: “In our analysis, we equate customer satisfaction with brand loyalty.”

8. Parallel

Appropriate Use: Suitable for situations where things are similar and happen at the same time, but independently.
Example: “Her career path parallels the development of the company.”

9. Complement

Appropriate Use: Used when two or more things enhance or perfect each other.
Example: “The skills of the new team members perfectly complement the existing team’s expertise.”

10. Mirror

Appropriate Use: Appropriate for reflecting something in a close but reversed way.
Example: “The new software’s features mirror those of its main competitor.”

11. Sync

Appropriate Use: Informal, used when things are operating together at the same time or rate.
Example: “The project timelines need to be in sync across all departments.”

12. Accord

Appropriate Use: Suitable for when actions or conditions are in agreement or harmony.
Example: “The company’s values accord with our new sustainability initiative.”

13. Tally

Appropriate Use: Used when numbers or accounts are in agreement.
Example: “The inventory records did not tally with the physical stock count.”

14. Square

Appropriate Use: Appropriate for fitting exactly or satisfyingly, often in terms of numbers or accounts.
Example: “The final figures need to square with our initial budget estimates.”

15. Mesh

Appropriate Use: Suitable for when different elements fit together well and work in coordination.
Example: “The interdepartmental teams meshed well to deliver the project on time.”

16. Resemble

Appropriate Use: Used for situations where one thing is similar in appearance or character to another.
Example: “The new software interface resembles that of a well-known operating system.”

17. Fit

Appropriate Use: Appropriate for when one thing is suitable or appropriate for another.
Example: “Her qualifications fit the job description perfectly.”

18. Jibe

Appropriate Use: Informal, used for being in agreement or accord.
Example: “The witness’s statement doesn’t jibe with the evidence presented.”

19. Balance

Appropriate Use: Suitable for situations where different elements are in equal proportion or harmony.
Example: “We strive to balance quality with efficiency in our production process.”

20. Pair up

Appropriate Use: Used for joining two things together because they are suitable or complementary.
Example: “In the team exercise, participants were asked to pair up based on complementary skills.”

Linda Brown