Definition of synchronize
: to happen at the same time
1 : to represent or arrange (events) to indicate coincidence or coexistence
2 : to make synchronous in operation
3 : to make (motion-picture sound) exactly simultaneous with the action
Examples of synchronize in a Sentence
The dancers practiced until they synchronized their movements.
The sound and picture have to synchronize perfectly.
Recent Examples of synchronize from the Web
WHAT: This year’s Marina Del Rey fireworks display features synchronized music in two locations—Burton Chace Park and Fisherman’s Village.
Four months after giving the twins a baby sister, Juca is satisfied with her body and newest routines, which now include synchronized baby-lifting.
Considered one of the best firework shows in the West, the Lights on the Lake pyrotechnic display sees tens of thousands flock to South Lake Tahoe each year to celebrate the Fourth of July. Synchronized to music,
The fireworks show, synchronized to music broadcast on KyXy radio, is launched from Mira Mesa High School at 9 p.m. More information here.
Amazon says song lyrics are now synchronized on most of the tracks on Amazon’s Prime Music and Music Unlimited services.
The pink-noise bursts were played through headphones at specific intervals, synchronized according to each subject’s brain waves.
According to IMDb, and corroborated by footage from the teaser trailer, one of thePitch Perfect 3 routines takes place in a swimming pool, and involves synchronized swimming. 7. '
The fireworks will be synchronized to music on Country 97.1 HANK FM, B105.7, 93 WIBC, and Fox 59.
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First Known Use of synchronize
SYNCHRONIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of synchronize for English Language Learners
: to cause (things) to agree in time or to make (things) happen at the same time and speed
: to happen at the same time and speed
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