2 accord (with), agree (with), concur (with), coincide (with), correspond (with), harmonize (with), square (with), match, tally (with), fit (in with), be consistent (with), be in accord or in accordance (with):
Their behaviour did not conform with what is expected in such circles. The two plans do not conform.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb[V] 1 ~ (to sth) to behave and think in the same way as most other people in a group or society: There is considerable pressure on teenagers to conform. + He refused to conform to the local customs. 2 ~ to / with sth to obey a rule, law, etc. Synonym: COMPLY The building does not conform with safety regulations. 3 ~ to sth to agree with or match sth: Wordsworth changed the ideas of his poem to conform with his later religious and political opinions. + It did not conform to the usual stereotype of an industrial city.
Collocation Dictionary verb
VERB + CONFORM
be required to, must, should | fail to
The toys fail to conform to current safety standards.
All companies are required to conform to these rules.
This equipment conforms fully with the latest safety regulations.
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