Definition of Synchronizing in English :

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Synchronizing meaning in English

Meaning of Synchronizing in English

Pronunciation of Synchronizing in English

Synchronizing pronunciation in English

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see synonyms of synchronizing


1. synchroneity, synchronicity, synchronisation, synchronism, synchronization, synchronizing, synchrony

the relation that exists when things occur at the same time

Example Sentences:
'the drug produces an increased synchrony of the brain waves'

2. synchronisation, synchronising, synchronization, synchronizing

an adjustment that causes something to occur or recur in unison

3. synchronisation, synchronization, synchronizing

coordinating by causing to indicate the same time

Example Sentences:
'the synchronization of their watches was an important preliminary'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


see synonyms of synchronizing
1. (when intr, usually foll by with)
to occur or recur or cause to occur or recur at the same time or in unison
to indicate or cause to indicate the same time
synchronize your watches
3. (transitive)
to download (data) from a PC to a portable device such as an MP3 player, or to upload files from a portable device to a PC
4. (transitive)
to configure (two or more electronic devices) so that any changes to the data held on one device are also implemented on the other(s)
5. (transitive) cinema
to establish (the picture and soundtrack records) in their correct relative position
6. (transitive)
to designate (events) as simultaneous

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see synonyms of synchronizing
verb intransitiveWord forms: ˈsynchroˌnized or ˈsynchroˌnizing
to move or occur at the same time or rate; be synchronous
verb transitive
to cause to agree in time or rate of speed; regulate (clocks, a flash gun and camera shutter, etc.) so as to make synchronous
to assign (events, etc.) to the same date or period; represent as or show to be coincident or simultaneous
4.  Cinema
to align (the picture and soundtrack)

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see synonyms of synchronizing
v. syn·chro·nized, syn·chro·niz·ing, syn·chro·niz·es
a. To cause to occur or operate with exact coincidence in time or rate: The military units synchronized their operations. We synchronized our watches.
b. To cause to occur or operate at the same time as something else: They synchronized their trip with the annual tulip festival.
2. To represent (events) as occurring at the same time or in the same time period.
3. To arrange (a video or soundtrack, for example) to play or operate in synchronization with something else.
a. To transfer data between (two devices) to ensure that the same data is stored on both.
b. To execute such a transfer to cause the content of (two or more files or other sets of data) to be identical.
1. To occur at the same time; be simultaneous: The light flashes of fireflies tend to synchronize with one another.
2. To operate in unison.

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