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jibe with something

[for something] to agree with something. Your story doesn't jibe with what we heard from the arresting officer. Her tale jibes with yours quite well.
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jibe with

v.
To be in accord with something; agree with something: My calculations jibe with the ones that the accountant made.
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jibe

(dʒɑɪb)
in. to agree; to be in harmony. (see also track.) Your story just doesn’t jibe with the facts.
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But if you jibe first, you'll be able to come out of your second tack and build speed on your original course.
It was described as being like a rap battle with the two of them trying to outdo each other with the jibes they were trading.
Kylie also called Louish Walsh "pathetic" for constantly taking jibes at Dannii.
I am referring to his ill-informed jibes at the Welsh language.
Ossie Jackson said Colin had suffered similar jibes throughout his career, despite dominating his sport with a string of spectacular athletic successes.
That jibes with a volcanism model in which the most powerful eruptions on that moon take place at high latitude, says John Spencer of Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Ross went on to make a series of sick jibes about celebs.
But Douglas, who is 25 years older than the Welsh beauty, laughed off the jibes.
CHELSEA were in danger of letting their paranoia take over last night as anti-Tottenham jibes by Blues fans were being seen as a dig at Roman Abramovich.
A JURY has ruled that a series of offensive jibes about sheep aimed at a Welshman were not racist.
This result jibes with prior "looking-time" studies, which suggest that infants prefer to look at familiar material after they've tackled a complex task like viewing series of scenes.
He finally snapped after days of bitchy jibes from the wisecracking air steward.
The prezoning jibes with the city General Plan, which designates 373.
But yesterday, she laughed off management consultant Katie's jibes - and warned her she would struggle to find a job.
Pushing the supernova's debut back several months jibes with the suggestion of other researchers that "an orb of extraordinary brilliance," as was reported shortly after the death of Pope Leo IX on April 19, 1054, was in fact the supernova.