verb (used with object), syn·to·nized, syn·to·niz·ing.
to render syntonic; tune to the same frequency.
Also especially British, syn·to·nise.
Origin of syntonize
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It is found possible to "tune," or "syntonize," the aërial rod or wire of a receiving station with a transmitter.How it Works