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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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synchronoussyn‧chro‧nous /ˈsɪŋkrənəs/ adjective formal  TDif two or more things are synchronous, they happen at the same time or work at the same speed
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synchronousHe had thus discovered that alternators can run in parallel when synchronous.The software supports most synchronous communications cards.The four-port Multiprotocol Communications Controller attaches the 220 to synchronous communications networks and up to two adaptors can be used on each system.Again they started their wild synchronous flailing.To date, in all languages studied, synchronous movement has been observed.The Moon rotates so slowly that synchronous orbit is not achievable.This equality corresponds to synchronous rotation.In each case, the subject was reporting which other event a particular experience was synchronous with.
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