- synchronization: The picture and the soundtrack were out of sync.
- harmony or harmonious relationship: Management wants to be in sync with the client's wishes.
- to synchronize; harmonize.
Origin of sync
First recorded in 1930–35; shortened form
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Examples from the Web for synced
But as he tells Brian Gresko, being a fan ‘was synced to the year my life cracked in half.’
For Lethem, becoming a Talking Heads fan “was synced to the year my life cracked in half.”
Unlike the iPad, which has to be synced to a computer via a cable, the Kindle Fire syncs wirelessly.Amazon Declares War on Apple
September 30, 2011
Then any changes you make get synced back and we instantiate them.Makers
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- an informal word for synchronize
- an informal word for synchronizationin sync; out of sync See synchronization
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Word Origin and History for synced
1929, shortened form of synchronization (see synchronize). Originally in reference to soundtracks and pictures in the movies. Sense of "be in agreement, coincide" first recorded 1961 in in sync.
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