synchroniser

World English Dictionary
synchronize or synchronise (ˈsɪŋkrəˌnaɪz)
 
vb (when intr, usually foll by with)
1.  to occur or recur or cause to occur or recur at the same time or in unison
2.  to indicate or cause to indicate the same time: synchronize your watches
3.  to download files, esp music or video files, from a PC to a portable device such as an iPod, or to upload files from the device to a PC
4.  (tr) films to establish (the picture and soundtrack records) in their correct relative position
5.  (tr) to designate (events) as simultaneous
 
synchronise or synchronise
 
vb
 
synchroni'zation or synchronise
 
n
 
synchroni'sation or synchronise
 
n
 
'synchronizer or synchronise
 
n
 
'synchroniser or synchronise
 
n

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synchroniser

noun
an instrument that indicates whether two periodic motions are synchronous (especially an instrument that enables a pilot to synchronize the propellers of a plane that has two or more engines) [syn: synchroscope
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