sync or synch


sync or synch
sync or synch [ sıŋk ] noun INFORMAL
in sync
working together at the same time, at the same speed, or in the same way:
Production and demand are now in sync.
out of sync
working at different times, at different speeds, or in a different way:
The school day is totally out of sync with working parents.

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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