I came across あっています in many places mostly in e-mail communication, but not able to get the exact meaning. I searched in jisho.org and found あっています is same as ある but not giving correct meaning for below example?

What is the correct meaning for below sentence?


  • Check あう, not ある. – naruto Mar 23 '17 at 5:05
  • Yes you are right あう gives correct meaning. But I searched in jisho.com jisho.org/search/… which gives ある, so got confused – GrabNewTech Mar 23 '17 at 5:12

「合{あ}っています」 means "correct".

"Your/Someone's understanding that someone is a manager is correct."

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