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Synchronizing   /sˈɪŋkrənˌaɪzɪŋ/   Listen
Synchronizing

noun
1.
The relation that exists when things occur at the same time.  Synonyms: synchroneity, synchronicity, synchronisation, synchronism, synchronization, synchrony.
2.
An adjustment that causes something to occur or recur in unison.  Synonyms: synchronisation, synchronising, synchronization.
3.
Coordinating by causing to indicate the same time.  Synonyms: synchronisation, synchronization.






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"Synchronizing" Quotes from Famous Books



... regulations most favourable to the debtor. The legal establishment of Christianity by Constantine, or we should rather say the existence of Christianity, necessitated a complete revision of all ancient laws: hence we find the compilation of the Theodosian code almost synchronizing with the revision of the Brehon laws. The spread of Christianity, and the new modes of thought and action which obtained thereby, necessitated the reconstruction of ancient jurisprudence in lands as widely distant geographically, ...
— An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 • Mary Frances Cusack



Words linked to "Synchronizing" :   synchrony, desynchronizing, synchronising, asynchronism, synchronism, temporal relation, adjustment, coordination, readjustment, registration, desynchronization, synchronize



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