verb-transitive: To be more than a match for; exceed or defeat.
verb-transitive: To match with a superior opponent.
noun: A contest in which one opponent is distinctly superior.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
I hope, in this turn of the Gregorian Wheel, you overmatch it, as much as you need or want to.
Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates has questioned whether the U.S. military "can really afford a Navy that relies on $3 billion to $6 billion destroyers, $7 billion submarines and $11 billion carriers" given that the service has a "massive overmatch" compared with others, and the Navy's top admiral recently warned that new ships could face a procurement squeeze.
With repeal of health-care reform and the rest of the Obama agenda on the line, the president hopes that a newly energized base of public employee unions, minorities, and the poor will overmatch the coalition of “haves” trying to take their new benefits away.
The urge to bolt, to flee, was strong, and he was afraid it would overmatch his better judgment.
Anyway, this thing looks like a reasonable opponent to the Khanda sword, and probably something that would easily overmatch the curved Talwar blade, if that had been used.