synchronise

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Plain form
synchronise

Third-person singular
synchronises

Past tense
synchronised

Past participle
synchronised

Present participle
synchronising

  1. (transitive) If you synchronise two or more clocks, watches, etc., you set them to show the same time.
    They synchronised their watches and agreed to meet at four o'clock.
  2. (transitive) If you synchronise two or more things, you make them happen at the same time or go at the same pace.
    The bus arrivals were now synchronised with the subway times.
    The protests across the country were synchronised.

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