tie in with


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tie in with something

[for a piece of information] to complement other information. These figures tie in with what I just said. The crime lab reportties in with ourcurrent theory.
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tie somebody/something in with somebody/something

to connect or influence one person or thing with another The company can tie this new acquisition in with its other businesses. Do we have any information to tie Bernard in with Kelly? Scientists say that this crazy weather is tied in with warmer temperatures in the Pacific Ocean.
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