synchronous

[ sing-kruh-nuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF synchronous

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They occur, however, either in 'synchronous' or in 'successive' order.

This corresponds to synchronous and successive associations.

It must be remembered that all qualities have their synchronous defects.

The principle of the synchronous motor is illustrated in Fig. 447.

In practice the synchronous motor has a number of pairs of field poles.

For thirty-six years, therefore, their reigns were synchronous.

It may be truly said that the spread of Buddhism was synchronous with the rise of art and science.

In this fashion, the ion oscillates about the synchronous orbit.

These two conditions are, roughly, synchronous in their development.

The passage of the Bill and the birth of the revolutionary idea were synchronous.

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