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jibe with sth

( also jive with sth) US informal
verb [I] uk phrasal verb with jibe ( US usually gibe)   /dʒaɪb/ us  
If one statement or opinion jibes with another, it is similar to it and matches it: Her account of the accident jibes with mine.
Translations of “jibe with sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 與…一致,與…相符…
in Chinese (Simplified) 与…相一致,与…相符…
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