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out of sync (with something/somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout of sync (with something/somebody)out of sync (with something/somebody)a) if things are out of sync, they are not working well together at exactly the same time and speed b) not matching or not in agreement sync
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out of sync (with something/somebody)The result is a cumbersome set of reimbursement rules that can be out of sync with economic realities.Much like the 49ers, the Dallas offense has been out of sync all year.That takes yourself right out of sync.And still it was out of sync.
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