I’m afraid I can’t translate into Polish, but if you’re wondering about the word “match”. A close synonym would be “equal”. In context, “match” is a verb, the second definition (as a verb) in the MacMillan:
2 [TRANSITIVE] to be equal to something else in amount or level
Our office failed to match the growth of the rest of the company.
be matched by something: The rise in student numbers has not been matched by an increase in teaching staff.
match something for something: Japanese companies are beginning to match US companies for size.
By the way, I’m not sure why there is only a comma separating “jazz” and “opera” — I would expect a conjunction like “and”.
July 9, 2019
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