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tally with (something)

To match, agree with, or correspond to something else. Your numbers for last month's profit and loss report don't tally with the figures I'm getting. Her account of the events doesn't tally with the phone company's record of his cell phone usage on that night.
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tally up

To calculate the sum of something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "tally" and "up." After we tally up all relevant fees and taxes, your final bill comes to $475.50. We'll have to wait until they tally every vote up before we'll know the winner.
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tally something up

to add something up. Please tally everything up and tell me the total. Let's tally up everything and ask for donations.
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tally with something

1. Lit. [for one set of figures] to match another set of figures. Your figures don't tally with mine. Let's add them up again. The total Sam got didn't tally with what the tax agent had come up with.
2. Fig. [for one thing] to agree or correlate with another. What you just said doesn't tally with what you told me before. His story doesn't tally with what I already know.
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tally up

To calculate something, especially by addition: The waiter tallied up our bill at the end of the meal. The election officials tallied the votes up and announced the winner.
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Investigators have uncovered evidence, for instance, of inadequate protections of vote tallies and other data, opportunities for tampering with authorization cards or other features of the system, and easy-to-defeat physical barriers, such as locks and cladding that covers critical hardware.
Election administrators typically upload tallies from those computers to the Web for the public to see, notes Iowa's Jones.
But CAGW included several curious items in their tallies while leaving out some potential budget busters.
For instance, the two major wetlands inventories provide contradictory tallies. While the total area identified as wetlands by the two surveys varies by only about 10 percent--11 million acres--the studies depict very different trends.
Questions have also been raised about the accuracy of vote tallies in the special election held earlier this year in the first congressional district of Wisconsin, where as many as 5 percent of the voters may have failed to get their punch-card votes counted.
But doing so would cost nothing - and would "probably take only 5 minutes" using hospitals' own annual tallies of discharged patients and local health departments' tallies of AIDS diagnoses attributed to each institution, Janssen contends.