Translation of synchronize in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (make coincide) to synchronize sth (
withsth) [movements/mechanism] sincronizar* algo ( conalgo) the film and the soundtrack are perfectly synchronized la película y la banda sonora están perfectamente sincronizadas synchronized swimming natación (feminine) sincronizada, nado (masculine) sincronizado (Mexico/México)Example sentences1.2 (set to same time) [clocks/watches] sincronizar*
- The goal is to ensure that all movement is synchronized to meet operations and logistics timelines.
- Even when all his pistons were synchronised and operating precisely, Jones did not like to take chances.
- All the cuts, all the ski strokes, all the movements are synchronized with the tempo of the sound.
- The theory should also help in the design of quantum techniques for synchronizing atomic clocks aboard satellites, which keep slightly different times because of their relative motion.
- My guys synchronise their watches with the atomic clock.
- These clocks are synchronized with a number of atomic standards on Earth to provide the highly precise time reference needed to locate objects precisely on or near Earth's surface.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- to synchronize (
withsth) [movements/soundtrack] estar* sincronizado ( conalgo)Example sentences
- They breathe in time with the listener, pulses synchronising, heart rate slowing.
- Joshua laid his head on her shoulder, listening as her heavy breathing synchronized with his.
- The mandible, or lower jaw, rocks slowly back and forth to aid and synchronize with this process.
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