One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1The action or fact of finding or selecting a match with regard to colour; the provision of a complement in a matching colour.
2The fact or process of ensuring that colour remains constant when converted between two media using different colour models, such as a computer monitor and a printer.
Late 19th century. From colour + matching. Compare later colour-match and earlier colour-matching.
colour matching/ˈkʌlə matʃɪŋ/
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