English version

jive in Dance topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjivejive1 /dʒaɪv/ noun  1 APD[countable, uncountable] a very fast dance, popular especially in the 1930s and 1940s, performed to fast jazz music2 [uncountable] American English informalUNTRUE statements that you do not believe are true Don’t give me any of that jive!
Examples from the Corpus
jiveDefinitely more of a passacaglia than a jive.He even has a hand jive in there too.He says a lot of corny retro jive that used to go over big in the 1970s.These people, some people you see, talk jive into good jobs.