from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Synchronization: "an effect like that of stereo speakers slightly out of sync” ( Time).
- n. Harmony; accord: in sync with today's fashions.
- transitive v. To synchronize.
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- n. Synchronization.
- n. Harmony.
- v. To synchronize.
- v. To flush all pending I/O operations to disk.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make synchronous and adjust in time or manner
Miami's run game wasn't in sync from the game's outset, and really, neither was any other component of its arsenal.
Indeed you can assume that PIM-data sync is almost always carried through and through; but file sync very often is interrupted (because transferring files across the network is slow!) and people will then wonder where there data is.
In addition, having iTunes manage everything on the sync is a pain.
UPDATE: As ian320 pointed out, setting up your own KeePass password sync is a no-brainer with previously mentioned file sync applications like Dropbox or any of the other best file syncing tools.
The rhythm of his cast is all his own, in sync with the beat of his heart and the song of his soul.
The Penguins are trying to get their game in sync before the playoffs begin.
The gasping and laughter and cheering were all so in sync, it felt like we all had the same brain!
My heart and soul beat in sync with those who also live along the various goat paths of this great country.
I´m sure all Mazbook meant was that she is living in sync with the Mexican community with which she has become associated since having moved here.
Indeed, Tlaloc and Marco are so in sync, that most of the time he doesn't even need reins to get the horse to perform his "tests."