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Synchronise vs. Synchronize

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  • Synchronise (verb)

    standard spelling of from=non-Oxford British spelling|synchronize

  • Synchronize (verb)

    To cause two or more events to happen at exactly the same time or same rate, or in a time-coordinated way.

  • Synchronize (verb)

    To harmonize in regard to time.

    "We synchronized our watches and agreed to meet at four o'clock precisely."

  • Synchronize (verb)

    To occur at the same time or with coordinated timing.

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  • Synchronise (verb)

    happen at the same time

  • Synchronise (verb)

    make (motion picture sound) exactly simultaneous with the action;

    "synchronize this film"

  • Synchronise (verb)

    arrange or represent events so that they co-occur;

    "synchronize biblical events"

  • Synchronise (verb)

    operate simultaneously;

    "The clocks synchronize"

  • Synchronise (verb)

    cause to indicate the same time or rate;

    "synchronize your watches"

  • Synchronise (verb)

    make synchronous and adjust in time or manner;

    "Let's synchronize our efforts"

  • Synchronize (verb)

    make synchronous and adjust in time or manner;

    "Let's synchronize our efforts"

  • Synchronize (verb)

    happen at the same time

  • Synchronize (verb)

    make (motion picture sound) exactly simultaneous with the action;

    "synchronize this film"

  • Synchronize (verb)

    arrange or represent events so that they co-occur;

    "synchronize biblical events"

  • Synchronize (verb)

    operate simultaneously;

    "The clocks synchronize"

  • Synchronize (verb)

    cause to indicate the same time or rate;

    "synchronize your watches"

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