This word may also be spelled "gibe" in the senses shown in 1) and 3), or "gybe" in the senses shown in 2) and 4).
Sam didn't let her peers' jibes get to her.Sam no dejó que le molestaran las burlas de sus compañeros.
Robin took a jibe at me for the mistake I made in class.Robin me hizo mofa por el error que cometí en clase.
Mario's used to the jibes he gets from his coworkers, but he's had enough of them.Mario está acostumbrado a las pullas de sus colegas, pero ya está harto de ellas.
2. (nautical)intransitive verb
3. (to taunt; used with "at")
Now we're going to jibe and set a new course.Ahora vamos a virar en redondo y fijar un rumbo nuevo.
5. (colloquial) (to agree; often used with "with") (United States)
It turns out the statements of the two suspects didn't jibe.Resulta que las declaraciones de los dos sospechosos no cuadraban.
1. (general)intransitive verb
a. la burla (F)
a. no direct translation
to jibe at somebodyhacer burla de alguien
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