in sync

idiom

1
: in a state in which two or more people or things move or happen together at the same time and speed
The dancers moved in sync.
The film's sound and picture need to be in sync.
often + with
She moved in sync with her partner.
2
: in a state in which two or more people or things agree with or match one another and work together properly
Our ideas are in sync.
often + with
The quarterback was in sync with his receivers.
The President is not in sync with the concerns of the people.

Examples of in sync in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web No fewer are the examples of damage done by those who seek that progress, to peoples who live more in sync with the earth. TIME, 14 May 2024 The Music Biz conference’s panel lineup for Tuesday (May 14) includes a wide range of topics currently impacting the industry, including neighboring rights, metadata, catalog sales and the growing popularity of Latin music in sync. Jessica Nicholson, Billboard, 14 May 2024 Looking in from the outside New Chargers cornerback Kristian Fulton mentioned the importance of being in sync with the coaches multiple times during his first session with reporters Monday. Jeff Miller, Los Angeles Times, 13 May 2024 The farm and restaurant teams work so in sync that Berger is listed on every menu next to the executive chef, pastry chef, and sommelier. Karla Walsh, Better Homes & Gardens, 9 May 2024 Clips of robots running faster than Usain Bolt and dancing in sync, among many others, have helped the company reach true influencer status. Jacob Stern, The Atlantic, 1 May 2024 Unlike regular stocks where there are leaders and laggards rising and falling wholly separate from each other, the NFT sector seems to jointly rise and fall completely in sync when crypto does the same. Larry Dvoskin, Rolling Stone, 18 Apr. 2024 Since Cabello carved her path as a solo artist, her music has been informed by her Latin heritage, so this latest move is in sync with her personal brand. Jeff Nelson, Peoplemag, 9 Apr. 2024 The normal period frequency is typically 21-35 days and can tell you how well those hormones from the brain and ovaries are in sync. Dominique Fluker, Essence, 4 Apr. 2024

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“In sync.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/in%20sync. Accessed 26 May. 2024.

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