After questioning the suspect twice, the police found his accounts of the events to be inconsistent.Después de interrogar al sospechoso dos veces, la policía se dio cuenta que su recuento de los hechos era incoherente.
The boss was concerned about hiring an employee with an attitude inconsistent with the values of the company.La jefa estaba preocupada por contratar a un empleado con una actitud que no concordaba con los valores de la empresa.
to be inconsistent with sth(contradict)contradecir algo;no concordar con algo;(not correspond with)no encajar con algo;no concordar con algo
The evidence given in court was inconsistent with his statementthat is inconsistent with what you told meThe outburst was inconsistent with the image he had cultivatedThis legislation is inconsistent with what they call Free Trade
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