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jibe with (something)
1. To compliment something well; to mesh well with something. I'm sorry, but that marketing campaign just doesn't jibe with our brand.
2. To fit together with something in a logical or sensible manner. I think they're lying because parts of their story just don't jibe with what the others have told us.
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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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To be in accord with something; agree with something: My calculations jibe with the ones that the accountant made.
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in. to agree; to be in harmony. (see also track.) Your story just doesn’t jibe with the facts.
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