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synchronic

syn·chron·ic / singˈkränik/ • adj. concerned with something, esp. a language, as it exists at one point in time: synchronic linguistics. Often contrasted with diachronic. DERIVATIVES: syn·chron·i·cal·ly / -ik(ə)lē/ adv.

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synchronic

synchronic XIX. f. late L. synchronus — Gr. súgkhronos, f. SYN- + khrónos time.
So synchronism XVI. — Gr.; whence synchronize XVII. synchronous XVII. f. late L. synchronus.

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