noun (used esp. in the phrases in sync and out of sync)
verb (used with or without object)
Origin of sync
Examples from the Web for synch
But the windows in the blazing sunshine were dressed in dark winter clothes which made the town seem even more out of synch.No Movie Stars, No Red Carpet, But Off-Season Cannes Is Still Magic|Liza Foreman|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their musical tastes were in synch, and Letterman was deeply knowledgeable, Shaffer says.
On all these issues, Hagel's views are out of synch with current U.S. policy.
The New Moon, Wednesday, focuses on finances, as you get in synch with a loved one or partner over shared investments.
When the synch is to be relaxed, it is only necessary to pull on the free end to set all free.
To tighten the synch by drawing the two ends together, a long strip of well-greased thong is used.
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.