Neither of these sync exactly with the top stated goals of American intervention advocates.
The result is food that often is out of sync with our ancient Stone Age biology and dizzyingly technical and complex.
“Government and entrepreneurs are not in sync,” he explained to reporters in Europe.
It feels like our hearts are beating in sync, with each other, with the churning wheels of the train.
In so many ways, the manner of our interaction has fallen so radically out of sync with the problems that confront us.
Which raises the question: can a performance be great if it is completely out of sync with the rest of the film?
I hae na seen ye're bonny face these muckle years, sir, sync ye cam' back frae ae sight o' the young mistress.
I told you she was a potent force—a full-scale powerhouse, in sync and on the line.
The way you get a ride online is to sync up with our version-server and then instantiate a copy.
Robots humped underfoot moving objects, keeping them in sync with the changes in Florida.
/sink/ (Or "synch") 1. To synchronise, to bring into synchronisation.
3. More generally, to force a number of competing processes or agents to a state that would be "safe" if the system were to crash, i.e. to checkpoint in the database sense.