synchronize

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} eşzamanlı olmak
(Sinema) eşlemek
(Bilgisayar) eşitle
aynı zamanda meydana gelmek
zamandaşlaştırmak
senkronize olmak
sesi birbirine ayarlamak
(Bilgisayar) zaman uyumlu yap
eşzamanlı bir hale getirmek
eşzamanlı kılmak
(Denizbilim) eşuyumlu
(Otomotiv) aynı zamana getirmek
eşlemek (film)
aynı zamana ayarlamak
eş zamanlı/eş hızlı kılmak
(sögen) aynı zamana ayarlamak
senkronize etmek
ayarlarını birbirine uydurmak
senkronize et
eş zamanlı/eş hızlı olmak
eş zamanlı kıl
{f} eşzaman kılmak
{f} eşzamanlamak
(Askeri) SENKRONİZE ETMEK, EŞZAMANLI KILMAK: İki veya daha çok alet, mekanizma veya mekanizma parçalarını aynı zamanda, aynı sürat veya ahenkte çalıştırmak. Örneğin, bir uçakta dönmekte olan pervanenin kanatları arasından mermilerin geçmesi için makinalı tüfekleri ayar etmek gibi. Dönen pervanenin kanatları arasından mermilerin geçmesi için, uçak pervanesi ile ahenkli olarak ateş eden uçak makinalı tüfeği veya top
ayarlarını birbirine uy durmak aynı tarihe tesadüf ettirmek synchronized shifting bak synchromesh senkronize et
{f} senkronize etmek, senkronik/eşzamanlı bir hale getirmek
{f} aynı anda olmak
eş zamanlı kıl,senkronize et
{f} sin. senkronize etmek, eşlemek
(Nükleer Bilimler) zamandaşlaşmak
ing nise f aynı zamanda vaki olmak
(Otomotiv) uyumlu hale getirmek
synchronize all
(Bilgisayar) tümünü eşitle
synchronize gun
(Askeri) senkronize silah
synchronize now
(Bilgisayar) şimdi zaman uyumlu yap
synchronize now
(Bilgisayar) şimdi eşitle
happen at the same time
rastlaşmak
synchronization
(Bilgisayar) zaman uyumu
synchronization
birden fazla sinyalin
synchronization
(Mekanik) senkronize etme
synchronized
senkronize edilmiş
synchronizer
eşleyici
synchronizer
eşitleyici
synchronizing
(Bilgisayar) zaman uyumlu yapılıyor
synchronizing
senkronizasyon

Onun senkronizasyon hızı arzulanan bir şey bırakmadı. - His synchronizing rate left nothing to be desired.

synchronizing
(Bilgisayar) eşitleniyor
synchronization
senkronizasyon
synchronization
eşleme
synchronized
senkronize
synchronizer
senkronizör
synchronizer
eş zamanlayıcı
synchronise
senkronize

Senkronize yüzme, kızlar ve kadınlar için güzel bir spordur. - Synchronised swimming is a beautiful sport for girls and women.

synchronised
eş zamanlı, zamandaş, aynı zamanda olan; birlikte hareket eden veya işleyen; birbirine uyan
synchronises
senkronize
synchronization
eşzamanlama
synchronization
Eşzaman kılma
synchronization
(Mühendislik) senkronize etme; aynı anda ve beraber çalışır duruma getirme, eşleme, eş zamanlı
synchronized
senkronize et(mek)
synchronized
eş zamanlı
synchronizer
eş zamanlayici
synchronizes
eşitler
synchronise
f., İng., bak. synchronize
synchronising
paralelleme
synchronising
(İnşaat) senkronizasyon
synchronization
ses ve görüntüyü eşleme
synchronization
{i} senkronize etme, senkronik/eşzamanlı bir hale getirme
synchronization
{i} sin. senkronizasyon, eşleme
synchronization
(Askeri) SENKRONİZASYON: Hedefi çapraz kılların merkezinde sabit tutmak için, bir bombardıman nişan aletinin irtifa, sürat ve uçağın yana düşmesine göre ayarlanması
synchronized
senkronize et
synchronized
uyumlu
synchronizer
senkronize edici
synchronizing
{f} senkronize et: prep.senkronize
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To cause two or more events happen at exactly the same time, at the same rate, or in a time-coordinated way. To harmonize in regard to time
To occur at the same time or with coordinated timing
{v} to agree in point of time
To copy files between two folders on host and remote computers to make the folders identical to one another (Copying occurs in both directions ) If there are two files with the same name, the file with the most current date and time is copied Files are never deleted during the synchronization process See also clone
make (motion picture sound) exactly simultaneous with the action; "synchronize this film"
operate simultaneously; "The clocks synchronize"
To make action and sound coincide
happen at the same time
To assign to the same date or period of time; as, to synchronize two events of Greek and Roman history
To agree in time; to be simultaneous
Two or more events or operations occurring at the proper sequence in relation to each other
To agree to work together at the same rate or to coincide in time
Indicates if the employee is using Synchronize, the calendar system provided by CIRT If the flag is set to "Y", the employee's primary department is charged a minimal monthly fee to cover a portion of the site license Values
{f} cause to occur at the same time; cause to operate simultaneously; cause to show the same time (of clocks); occur at the same time; operate simultaneously; match up the soundtrack of a movie with the action (also synchronise)
cause to indicate the same time or rate; "synchronize your watches"
To arrange events so that the happen at the same time
To make synchronous or simultaneous Example: to synchronize a drum pattern to play with melodies and chords on a synthesizer MIDI synchronization is a coordinating function--involving a sync signal
arrange or represent events so that they co-occur; "synchronize biblical events"
To cause a flash unit to fire while the camera shutter is open
To make two or more events happen at exactly the same time, or at the same rate
(sîng¹kre-nìz´, sîn¹-) verb syn·chro·nized, syn·chro·niz·ing, syn·chro·niz·es verb, intransitive
To cause a flash unit to fire at the same time as the camera shutter is open
make synchronous and adjust in time or manner; "Let's synchronize our efforts" cause to indicate the same time or rate; "synchronize your watches" operate simultaneously; "The clocks synchronize" arrange or represent events so that they co-occur; "synchronize biblical events" make (motion picture sound) exactly simultaneous with the action; "synchronize this film" happen at the same time
To cause to agree in time; as, to synchronize the movements of different machines; to synchronize clocks
syn·chro·nize synchronizes synchronizing synchronized in BRIT, also use synchronise If you synchronize two activities, processes, or movements, or if you synchronize one activity, process, or movement with another, you cause them to happen at the same time and speed as each other. It was virtually impossible to synchronise our lives so as to take holidays and weekends together Synchronise the score with the film action. a series of unexpected, synchronized attacks
make synchronous and adjust in time or manner; "Let's synchronize our efforts"
To bring to the same level, rate or status, as in the synchronization of linked production resources to the same timing and volume, or in distributing the same set of data to remote databases
To align the baselines of body paragraphs along a page grid
self-synchronize
to adjust one's period to that of an average of the group
synchronised
Simple past tense and past participle of synchronise
synchronised
Operating in unison, in a state of synchronization
synchronization
In the intelligence context, application of intelligence sources and methods in concert with the operation plan. (JP 2-0); (JP 1-02)
synchronized
Simple past tense and past participle of synchronize
synchronized
Having attained synchronization, together, coordinated, combined

The synchronized swimmers did everything together, even breathing at the same time.

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synchronization
synch
synchronise
make synchronous and adjust in time or manner; "Let's synchronize our efforts"
synchronise
operate simultaneously; "The clocks synchronize"
synchronise
arrange or represent events so that they co-occur; "synchronize biblical events"
synchronise
alternative spelling of synchronize
synchronise
{f} cause to occur at the same time; cause to operate simultaneously; cause to show the same time (of clocks); occur at the same time; operate simultaneously; match up the soundtrack of a movie with the action (also synchronize)
synchronise
happen at the same time
synchronise
cause to indicate the same time or rate; "synchronize your watches"
synchronise
make (motion picture sound) exactly simultaneous with the action; "synchronize this film"
synchronised
{s} set to the same time (of clocks); made to occur or operate simultaneously; operating simultaneously (also synchronized)
synchronised
operating in unison; "the synchronized flapping of a bird's wings"
synchronised
past of synchronise
synchronises
third-person singular of synchronise
synchronising
an adjustment that causes something to occur or recur in unison
synchronising
present participle of synchronise
synchronization
In audio terms, synchronizing, or synching, is the process of making two devices operate together as one One device will be the "master", and tell the second "slave" device when to start, when to stop, and how fast to play Originally, synching devices primarily meant locking two multitrack tape recorders together to allow for more tracks, or locking audio and video decks together when adding sound to picture Today, synchronization also encompasses locking recorders to computers, various digital devices' clocks to each other, MIDI to SMPTE, and a variety of other possibilities Synchronizing wildly different technologies together can be a complex process
synchronization
Full Name: Description: See Hot Sync
synchronization
coordinating by causing to indicate the same time; "the synchronization of their watches was an important preliminary" an adjustment that causes something to occur or recur in unison
synchronization
In serial data transmission, a method of ensuring that the receiving end can recognize characters in the order in which the transmitting end sent them, and can know where one character ends and the next begins Without synchronization, the receiving end would perceive data simply as a series of binary digits with no relation to one another Synchronous communication relies on a clocking mechanism to synchronize the signals between the sending and receiving machines
synchronization
Sometimes one task must wait for another ask to finish before it can proceed Consider a data acquisition application with 2 tasks: taskA that acquires data and taskB that displays data taskB cannot display new data until taskA fills in a global data structure with all the new data values taskA and taskB are typically synchronized as follows (1) taskB waits for a message from taskA, and since no message is available, taskB suspends When taskA runs and updates the data structure, it sends a message to taskB which schedules taskB to run, at which time it displays the new data, then again waits for a message, and the scenario is repeated
synchronization
The process of measuring the difference in time of two time scales such as the output signals generated by two clocks In the context of timing, synchronization means to bring two clocks or data streams into phase so that their difference is 0 (see time scales in synchronism)
synchronization
The act of bringing two or more processes to known points in their execution at the same clock time There are many ways to manage synchronization The most basic mechanisms are mutexes, condition variables, read/write mutexes, and semaphores
synchronization
the relation that exists when things occur at the same time; "the drug produces an increased synchrony of the brain waves"
synchronization
Also known as "replication," it is the process of uploading and downloading information from two or more databases, so that each is identical (Back to top )
synchronization
–The concept that all supply chain functions are integrated and interact in real time; when changes are made to one area, the effect is automatically reflected throughout the supply chain
synchronization
In COM+, a service that flows from component to component and prohibits more than one caller from entering the component at any given time Synchronization determines when threads can dispatch calls to an object
synchronization
The process of importing current data from a CMTS device or a Network Registrar server into ANR database
synchronization
Process used by ClearBox Server to compensate loss of accounting data
synchronization
A coordinated commitment control process between communicating transactions that ensures that all logically related updates to recoverable resources are completed or that all are backed out
synchronization
In synchronous data transmission, the process by which a transmitter and receiver coordinate their operation so as to properly identify the bits and characters that make up a digitally transmitted message
synchronization
The state or property of being synchronized
synchronization
Timing the actions of PEs to avoid problems For instance, the barrier function might be used to prevent one PE from accessing a data location before another PE has updated that location
synchronization
The act of bringing two or more processes to known points in their execution at the same clock time Explicit synchronization is not needed in SIMD programs (in which every processor either executes the same operation as every other or does nothing), but is often necessary in SPMD and MIMD programs The time wasted by processes waiting for other processes to synchronize with them can be a major source of inefficiency in parallel programs
synchronization
the ability to focus resources and activities in time and space to produce maximum relative combat power at the decisive point
synchronization
The arrangement of military actions in time, space, and purpose to produce maximum relative combat power at a decisive place and time
synchronization
chronobiological term used to indicate that two or more rhythms recur with the same phase relationship   In an EEG tracing, the term is used to indicate an increased amplitude with an occasional decreased frequency of the dominant activities
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Bringing multiple processes to the same point in their execution before any can continue For example, MPI_Barrier is a collective routine that blocks the calling process until all receiving processes have called it This is a useful approach for separating two stages of a computation so messages from each stage are not overlapped
synchronization
coordinating by causing to indicate the same time; "the synchronization of their watches was an important preliminary"
synchronization
interlocking of press and dryer systems of motion to match so that prints will not feed from press to dryer too quickly or too slowly
synchronization
Precision in singing which includes attacks and releases of words, uniformity of word sounds and rhythmic exactness
synchronization
Process of adjusting a receiving terminal or switch clock to match the transmitting system's master clock
synchronization
{i} act of synchronizing, act of causing to operate simultaneously
synchronization
The method of ensuring that the receiving end can recognize characters in order in which the transmitting end sends them in a serial data transmission is called synchronization Without synchronization, the receiving end would perceive data simply as a series of binary digits with no relation to one another
synchronization
The communication of an EMBASSY Device with an EMBASSY Device Server that ensures that the real-time clock is accurate and updates the device's applet inventory
synchronization
The act of synchronizing; concurrence of events in respect to time
synchronization
An operation that keeps distributed databases in agreement
synchronization
an adjustment that causes something to occur or recur in unison
synchronization
Normally refers to the daily or routine updating of an agency database with information from the company This can occur at the renewal to a policy or by policy endorsement
synchronized
A keyword in the Java programming language that, when applied to a method or code block, guarantees that at most one thread at a time executes that code Unless synchronized is specified separate threads can exist in a method simultaneously Methods that access shared data should be synchronized to give them mutually exclusive access
synchronized
{s} set to the same time (of clocks); made to occur or operate simultaneously; operating simultaneously (also synchronised)
synchronized
operating in unison; "the synchronized flapping of a bird's wings
synchronized
past of synchronize
synchronized
Having attained synchronization, together, coordinated
synchronized
operating in unison; "the synchronized flapping of a bird's wings"
synchronized
The synchronized keyword is used in two related ways in Java: as a modifier and as a statement First, it is a modifier applied to class or instance methods It indicates that the method modifies the internal state of the class or the internal state of an instance of the class in a way that is not thread-safe Before running a synchronized class method, Java obtains a lock on the class, to ensure that no other threads can modify the class concurrently Before running a synchronized instance method, Java obtains a lock on the instance that invoked the method, ensuring that no other threads can modify the object at the same time Java also supports a synchronized statement that serves to specify a "critical section" of code The synchronized keyword is followed by an expression in parentheses, and a statement or block of statements The expression must evaluate to an object or array Java obtains a lock on the specified object or array before executing the statements
synchronized
keyword modifying a class or method indicating that internal state is not thread-safe A lock is automatically generated to protect the data
synchronizer
One who/which synchronizes
synchronizer
Assembly of hub, sleeve, and other components that locks the selected output gear to the output shaft to transmit power It permits meshing of gears without grinding
synchronizer
{i} person or thing which synchronizes; mechanical device which causes two or more machines to operate at the same speed (also synchroniser)
synchronizer
an instrument that indicates whether two periodic motions are synchronous (especially an instrument that enables a pilot to synchronize the propellers of a plane that has two or more engines)
synchronizer
A machine which has several rotating wheels with sprockets on them By placing pieces of film or soundtrack on these wheels these pieces can be run in perfect sync with each other
synchronizes
third-person singular of synchronize
synchronizing
coordinating by causing to indicate the same time; "the synchronization of their watches was an important preliminary"
synchronizing
third-person singular of synchronize
synchronizing
an adjustment that causes something to occur or recur in unison
synchronizing
the relation that exists when things occur at the same time; "the drug produces an increased synchrony of the brain waves"
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