unsynchronously

synchronous

[sing-kruh-nuhs]
adjective
1.
occurring at the same time; coinciding in time; contemporaneous; simultaneous.
2.
going on at the same rate and exactly together; recurring together.
3.
Physics, Electricity. having the same frequency and zero phase difference.
4.
Computers, Telecommunications. of, pertaining to, or operating using fixed-time intervals controlled by a clock (opposed to asynchronous ).
5.
Aerospace. geostationary.

Origin:
1660–70; < Late Latin synchronus < Greek sýnchronos, equivalent to syn- syn- + chrón(os) time + -os adj. suffix; see -ous

synchronously, adverb
synchronousness, noun
nonsynchronous, adjective
nonsynchronously, adverb
nonsynchronousness, noun
unsynchronous, adjective
unsynchronously, adverb
unsynchronousness, noun
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synchronous (ˈsɪŋkrənəs)
 
adj
1.  occurring at the same time; contemporaneous
2.  physics (of periodic phenomena, such as voltages) having the same frequency and phase
3.  occurring or recurring exactly together and at the same rate: the synchronous flapping of a bird's wings
 
[C17: from Late Latin synchronus, from Greek sunkhronos, from syn- + khronos time]
 
'synchronously
 
adv
 
'synchronousness
 
n

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synchronous
1669, "existing or happening at the same time," from L.L. synchronus "simultaneous," from Gk. synchronos "happening at the same time," from syn- "together" + khronos "time." Meaning "recurring at the same successive instants of time" is attested from 1677.
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synchronous syn·chro·nous (sĭng'krə-nəs, sĭn'-)
adj.
Occurring or existing at the same time.

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