Synchro meaning

sĭngkrō, sĭn-
A selsyn.
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Synchronized; synchronous.

Synchrotron.

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A system consisting of a generator and one or more motorlike devices connected electrically so that, upon receipt of a signal from the generator, the rotors of the synchronous motors always assume positions identical with that of the generator rotor.
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Synchronized, synchronous.

Synchromesh.

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(sports, informal) Any synchronized event, such as synchronized swimming.
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(electricity) A type of rotary electrical transformer that is used for measuring the angle of a rotating machine such as an antenna platform. In its general physical construction, it is much like an electric motor.
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Origin of synchro

  • Short for synchronous

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Wiktionary