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in (or out of) phase

Definition of in or out of phase in English:

Being or happening in (or out of) synchrony or harmony: the cabling work should be carried out in phase with the building work
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  • Large species tend to produce their young more in phase with high biomass and after the protein peak.
  • Advisory committees help colleges and universities stay in phase with industry needs.
  • When exiting the corner, the rear wheels turn in phase with the front wheels improving yaw damping.
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