- sync or synch
- sync or synch [ sıŋk ] noun INFORMALin syncworking together at the same time, at the same speed, or in the same way:Production and demand are now in sync.out of syncworking at different times, at different speeds, or in a different way:The school day is totally out of sync with working parents.
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sync — or synch [siŋk] vt., vi. synced or synched, syncing or synching short for SYNCHRONIZE n. short for SYNCHRONIZATION in sync or in synch 1. in synchronization (with) … English World dictionary
sync — (also synch) informal ► NOUN ▪ synchronization. ► VERB ▪ synchronize. ● in (or out of) sync Cf. ↑out of sync … English terms dictionary
synch — sync UK [sɪŋk] / US or synch UK / US noun informal in sync out of sync See: sync II … English dictionary
Synch-Point — produces English language versions of anime and manga for North American distribution. A Synch Point is a visual or audio cue that marks the 0:00:00 start on an editor s time codes. Synch Point is the production division of Anime Gamers USA Inc.… … Wikipedia
sync — UK US (also synch) /sɪŋk/ noun [U] ● be in sync (with sth/sb) Cf. be in sync with sth/sb ● be out of sync (with sth/sb) Cf. be out of sync with sth/sb … Financial and business terms
synch — (sĭngk) n. & v. Informal Variant of sync. * * * … Universalium
Synch — Synchronization is commonly abbreviated as Synch or Sync.The term synch or sync can also refer to:In computing and electronics*sync (Unix) is a command for UNIX like operating systems to flushing pending i/o to filesystems, especially before… … Wikipedia
sync — sync1 synch [sıŋk] n [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: synchronization] 1.) in sync (with sth/sb) a) if things are in sync, they are working well together at exactly the same time and speed be/move/work in sync ▪ The two mechanisms have to work in sync.… … Dictionary of contemporary English
sync — I. transitive verb also synch (synced; also synched; syncing; also synching) Date: 1945 synchronize II. noun also synch Date: 1929 synchronization, synchronism … New Collegiate Dictionary
sync — or synch [[t]sɪŋk[/t]] n. v. synced or synched [[t]sɪŋkt[/t]] sync•ing or synch•ing [[t]ˈsɪŋ kɪŋ[/t]] 1) inf synchronization 2) inf cv to synchronize • Etymology: 1930–35; shortened form … From formal English to slang