verb (used without object), syn·apsed, syn·aps·ing.
Origin of synapse
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If you followed such things at the time, perhaps the phrase “Phase II report” will snap a synapse or two.
Aren't all facts, at the neuron and synapse level, really the same?
As for Cain, one wonders what synapse snapped into action there.
Inside, the cacophony of neon signs are a synapse stimulus package for your jet-lagged mind.
Exercise makes a synapse closer, disuse lets it relapse into a loose and poorly conducting state.
Maybe his secretary's two neurones would fail to synapse this morning, and she'd lose them altogether.Meeting of the Board|Alan Edward Nourse
The contact of the axon of one neuron with the dendrons of another is called a synapse.Psychotherapy|James J. Walsh
Communication across a synapse is always in one direction, from end-brush to dendrites.
The synapse, then, is not a thing, but simply a junction between two neurones.