chime in with (something)(redirected from chiming in with)
chime in with (something)
1. To contribute a thought, opinion, aside, etc., to an ongoing discussion or debate. When I heard them discussing my department, I just had to chime in with my own suggestions. We were in the middle of an intense discussion about the merits of the Socratic method, when Jeremy chimed in with some inane quote from the movie "Bill and Ted."
2. To compliment or agree with something well or naturally. Your idea really chimes in with our vision for the project.
See also: chime
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