Meaning of “sync” in the English Dictionary

(Definition of “sync” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"sync" in American English

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syncnoun [ U ]

us /sɪŋk/ infml

a state in which things happen at the same time or in the same way, or are suited to each other:

The president and Senate majority leader are in sync (= think the same way) on the big issues.
She found that the job was out of sync (= not a good match) with her principles, and she had to leave.

(Definition of “sync” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"sync" in Business English

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syncnoun [ U ]

also synch uk /sɪŋk/ us
be in sync (with sth/sb)

to work well together, to be in agreement, or to match well with something or someone else:

As a tax cutter, the mayor is in sync with his party on economic issues.
We commissioned a study to see if supply and demand are in sync.
be out of sync (with sth/sb)

to fail to work well together , or to fail to agree or match with something or someone else:

The government's ideas are out of sync with a nation demanding change.

(Definition of “sync” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)