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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 ​majorityleader are in sync (= ​think the same way) on the ​bigissues. 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)

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syncnoun [U]

(also synch) uk   us   /sɪŋk/
informal for synchronization (synchronize) : He's putting himself ​forward as a ​president whose ​ideas are in sync with (= are ​suited to and show an ​understanding of) a ​nationdemandingchange.in/out of sync If two things are in/out of sync, they ​reach the same or ​relatedstage at the same ​time/at different ​times.

syncverb [I or T]

(also synch) uk   us   /sɪŋk/
informal for synchronize : The ​action on the ​screen syncs ​perfectly with the ​music. to ​connect two ​electronicdevices so that they both have the ​latestinformation or ​files: How do I sync my iPhone to my ​computer?
(Definition of sync from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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syncnoun [U]

(also synch) uk   us   /sɪŋk/
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 ​economicissues. 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 ​nationdemandingchange.
(Definition of sync from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sync”
in Chinese (Simplified) 同步化…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同步化…
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